JAIPUR: MLAs Bhanwarlal Sharma and Vishwendra Singh are to react to ACB finds to document their statements in relation to the music clips where the duo were supposedly heard talking horse-trading of MLAs. The deadline of these finds, that have been issued on Monday, ends on Thursday. In the event they don’t respond, the ACB will send them reminders.
Meanwhile, the Sanjay Jain, who had been detained in precisely the identical situation by SOG, was made in court Wednesday for expansion of his remand and has been sent to police custody until July 24.
“The MLAs are to reply to the notices served at their homes. According to the subpoenas they had been to record their bills within three times so that they have time until Thursday. If they don’t give their bills till afterward, we send them reminders,” said a senior officer of ACB.
ACB had delivered notices to Sharma and Singh after the FIR lodged by Congress main whip Mahesh Joshi asserting that the accused were in cahoots together with other people to topple the country authorities. Joshi had supplied two sound recordings to the bureau where the politicians had been allegedly heard speaking about horse-trading of MLAs.
Jain who was detained on Saturday was shipped into lengthy police remand and also the hearing for amassing his own voice samples can also be scheduled for July 24.
According to his interrogation, SOG had sent a rally to Union minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat to document his statement though he yet to react to exactly the same. Since the arrests began on July 11 from the perceived efforts of horse-trading of MLAs, SOG has delivered notices to 17 political leaders although none have reacted. The team that went to Delhi and Manesar has been not able to contact Sharma despite Rajasthan DGP composing to high cops of Haryana in addition to Delhi to give aid in the analysis.