Rajasthan Politics: Center And State Govt Agency Face To Face

Rajasthan Politics: Center and state government agency face to face in the middle of the political crisis of Rajasthan. Amid the ongoing Rajasthan politics, the state agency Special Operation Group (SOG), State Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB), and Anti-Terrorist Quads (ATS).

The central government agencies, Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Income Tax Department (Income Tax Department) ) And the Enforcement Directorate (ED) are seen face to face.

While central investigative agencies have clamped down on relatives and close relatives of Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, state agencies have targeted Union ministers Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and BJP leaders as well as Congress rebels.

Union ministers and Congress rebels on target of state agencies in the midest of Rajasthan Politics.

On June 9, on the complaint of the state’s Chief Whip, Mahesh Joshi, the SOG filed a case of conspiracy to topple the government. Ashok Singh and Bharat Malani, considered close to the BJP, were arrested in this case.

Along with SOG, ACB also registered a case. They were accused of contacting tribal MLAs and plotting to topple the Gehlot government. Both of them are currently in jail. Two BJP leaders from the tribal areas with their contacts were also questioned.

In this case, SOG sent notice to 13 people, including CM Gehlot, Sachin Pilot, for questioning on 12 July. On this notice, the pilot made an issue against Gehlot and called himself a defamation.

The SOG and ACB registered a case against three independent MLAs, Suresh Tank, Khushvir Singh, and Omprakash Hoodla, in the case of horse-trading and conspiracy to topple the government. The Congress ended the affiliation of the three Independent MLAs.

After this, on July 18, three audio were released by Chief Minister’s Media OSD Lokesh Sharma. It was allegedly said to be the voice of Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Congress rebel MLAs Vishvendra Singh and Bhanwarlal Sharma as well as Sanjay Jain, a close businessman of BJP. In their mutual talks, the matter of buying and selling of MLAs and toppling the Gehlot government came to light.

On this, SOG filed a sedition case against Shekhawat, Vishvendra Singh, Sharma, and Jain. All four were sent notices for questioning. Jain was arrested. The SOG team raided Manesar several times to find both the MLAs. But they did not meet.

After SOG, ACB also registered a case against all four. Last week, a case of scam, embezzlement of people’s money was registered against Sanjivani Credit Society. In this, Union Minister Shekhawat was also nominated.

It is alleged that there has been a partnership between Shekhawat and the society’s director Vikram Singh in many business activities. The lease of the Society’s land in Jodhpur is in the name of Shekhawat. SOG is investigating the matter.

Central agencies take such action

On July 12, the Income Tax Department and the ED conducted raids at CM Gehlot’s vice-president of the trusted state Congress, Rajeev Arora, hotelier Ratan Kant Sharma, Om Metals owner CP Kothari and Dharmendra Rathore. This operation lasted for four days. Now he has been given notice of inquiry.

Investigation revealed that CM’s son Vaibhav Gehlot had a business relationship with Ratan Kant Sharma. Vaibhav Gehlot has also been given notice of inquiry on this. A week later, Congress MLA Krishna Punia, CMD OSD Devaram and PSO Kishori were questioned by the CBI in the suicide case of police station officer Vishnudutt Vishnoi.

After that, again, the attack on the bases of Jodhpur, the elder brother of CM Gehlot, Agrasen Gehlot. Agrasen is accused of exporting the potash subsidy received by the farmers as chemical. The investigation also revealed that Vaibhav Gehlot had a business relationship with Om Metal. The ED also raided the trusted former MP of CM Badri Jakhar here.

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