"The terms and conditions of this MoU should be made public. Lalit Modi's visit to the Portuguese organisation and the BJP government's MoU with it barely 2 months later are correlated," Sharma told PTI.
Rajasthan Medical and Health Minister R S Rathore said that the MoU with the Portuguese Biomedical Research Organisation was signed after considering an experts committee's report for "targeted cancer therapy and technical assistance".
"Targeted Cancer Therapy meant for early detection of cancer in patients and Portuguese centre has got the latest and advance technology in the world for cancer treatment. The MoU was singed under my department's efforts.
"Rajasthan used to get about 60,000 patients of cancers every year and many of them do not get good diagnosis and treatment. Hence, this agreement was achieved for technical support," Rathore claimed.
"Cancer ke liye MoU karna, koi Gunah nahi hai (For cancer treatment, signing MoU is not a crime anyway). It is all baseless and unwanted," he commented.