Rebel Congress MLA Vishvendra Singh (File Photo)
JAIPUR: The Rajasthan Anti-Corruption Bureau on Monday issued notices to dissident Congress MLAs Bhanwarlal Sharma and Vishvendra Singh, requesting them to appear before it in three days for investigation into an alleged plot to overthrow the country authorities.
The ACB had registered an FIR against Bhanwarlal beneath the Prevention of Corruption Act on July 17 in relation to the audio tapes, which supposedly signify a scheme to bring down the Congress government in the nation.
Vishvendra Singh, who had been previously removed from the state cabinet, has also been summoned for evaluation concerning the sound tapes.
“We’ve issued them notices now, requesting them to look in three days,” an ACB official stated.
The FIR was registered on the criticism of state government chief whip Mahesh Joshi, who’d created three audio tapes.
In 2 of those tapes, MLA Bhanwarlal Sharma is supposedly discovered talking to a Sanjay Jain and Gajendra Singh concerning the”conspiracy” and”number”.
Citing the sound clips on social networking, the Congress had required the resignation of Gajendra Singh Shekhawat in the Union cabinet, stating he doesn’t have moral authority to last if he’s heard on sound clips that indicate a BJP conspiracy to topple the authorities in Rajasthan.
But, the FIR doesn’t identify”Gajendra Singh” called this clip as Union minister Shekhawat, a senior BJP leader in Rajasthan.
The next sound tape is supposedly having a conservation involving two individuals but no title appears on it.
But, ACB sources said one voice looks to that of Vishvendra Singh, so a note was issued to him too.
The Special Operations Group (SOG) of the Rajasthan Police also has enrolled two FIRs in relation to the music tapes and has detained Sanjay Jain, known as a BJP leader from the Congress, a charge denied by the saffron party.
The SOG has also issued a note to Union minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat in this respect and seeking to find Congress MLA Bhanwarlal for investigation to the situation.
The Congress Party had previously suspended the key membership of Vishvendra Singh and Bhanwarlal Sharma following the sound tapes surfaced.