Rajasthan Political Emergency Updates: BJP Demands CBI Probe

Rajasthan political emergency special updates: Close assistants of CM Gehlot called for addressing by IT Dept; BJP demands CBI Investigation Into telephone tapping charges.

Close helpers of Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot have been called for addressing by the Income Tax Office, in the midst of the progressing political emergency.

Ratan Kant Sharma, Sunil Kothari, Rajiv Arora, and Congress MLA Dharmendra Rathore have been called for addressing by the IT Office, under area 131 of the Annual Assessment Act.

Then, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra, talking today on the claims of pony exchanging made by Congress, inquired as to whether the telephone discussion therefore recorded was done through telephone tapping.

Congress had shared three sound clasps as evidence of pony exchanging of MLAs, ensnaring a Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, too. Patra asked whether every political party was being telephone tapped in Rajasthan, and requested a CBI investigation into the issue while rubbishing claims that BJP was in any capacity engaged with the political tussle.

“Our ethical quality is perfectly clear,” he said while requesting to know whether the Standard operation of the procedure(SoP) with respect to telephone tapping was trailed by Congress.

BJP’s Laxmikant Bhardwaj has recorded a protest against Congress leaders Mahesh Joshi, Randeep Surjewala, and others, at Ashok Nagar Police headquarters, over a “produced” sound clasp and bogus explanations by Congress.

On Friday morning, Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala, referring to a spilled sound clasp, requested an examination concerning the supposed pony exchanging and an FIR against Union minister and Jodhpur MP Gajendra Shekhawat for endeavors to bring down Ashok Gehlot government’s in Rajasthan. In view of the transcript of the implied discussions read by Surjewala at a Question and answer session in Jaipur, Congress suspended two party MLAs Bhanwar Lal Sharma and Vishvendra Singh.

The Congress on Tuesday had sacked Sachin Pilot from the posts of Rajasthan’s deputy chief minister and the party’s state unit president two days after he straightforwardly rebelled against the Ashok Gehlot-drove government in the state.

Pushing every known limit on the renegade head, the gathering likewise expelled his supporters Vishvendra Singh and Ramesh Meena from the state bureau. AICC representative Randeep Surjewala declared the choice after a Congress Legislative Party (CLP) meeting held in Jaipur in the midst of a tussle for power among Pilot and Gehlot.

“Pilot was entrapped by the BJP to cut down the Congress government in Rajasthan. We have given him numerous chances. He has been a MP and MoS and a state party president. I am dismal that Sachin Pilot and a portion of his partners have fallen for a snare laid by the BJP. This is unsatisfactory,” Surjewala said.

The special operation group (SOG) of Rajasthan Police on Friday captured Sanjay Jain whose name had surfaced in a viral sound chronicle about pony exchanging of lawmakers to overturn the Ashok Gehlot-drove Congress government in Rajasthan, an authority said.

“Jain has been captured following cross-examination into the FIR held up based on a sound account that had circulated around the web via web-based networking media,” ADG (ATS and SOG) Ashok Rathore said.

Sachin Pilot and 18 different Congress protester MLAs on Friday got a four-day respite from any activity by the Assembly Speaker on the preclusion sees served on them, after the Rajasthan High Court expanded its hearing on the issue to one week from now.

A Rajasthan police group was on Friday evening halted for quite a while by the Haryana police from entering an inn in Gurgaon where some nonconformist Congress MLAs are supposed to be squatted, an authority said.

A special operation group (SOG) group went to Manesar in Gurgaon to address MLA Bhanwarlal Sharma, as a feature of its examination concerning two sound clasps which supposedly show a plot to cut down the Congress government in Haryana.

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