Rajasthan: Notices sent to 16 governmental leaders to document statements from the alleged horse-trading instance | Jaipur News

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Rajasthan chief minister Ashok Gehlot

JAIPUR: The Special Operation Group (SOG) of Rajasthan authorities has sought time and place in 16 governmental leaders such as chief minister Ashok Gehlot, deputy CM Sachin Pilot, Congress chief whip Mahesh Joshi and independent MLAs to document their statements from the alleged horse-trading situation against BJP.
This list of finds also comprise Bagidora MLA Mahendrajeet Singh Malviya and Kushalgarh MLA Ramila Khadiya, both of whom were named in the FIR against two individuals that had been detained by SOG for alleged horse-trading of Congress MLAs.
Ashok Rathore, the ADG of SOG and ATS stated,”The finds for recording that the statements were shipped on Friday and we have asked the men to inform us the time, date and venue in accordance with their convenience so the invoices can be listed ”
The notices served to Gehlot, Pilot, Joshi and others aged July 10 read,”An instance under IPC sections 124 A and 120 B ) was enrolled and in this evaluation, your announcement has to be recorded. Therefore we ask if you could provide us time, date and venue to the same so the statements could be listed ”
The note has been signed by Hariprasad, ASP, ATS, who’s the analysis officer. The speech at the notices served into the leaders stayed same with just the titles being changed.
Gehlot also took to Twitter to admit that the notices are served. “From the criticism received by SOG of all horse-trading of Congress MLAs from BJP, ” I personally, deputy CM, chief whip and others have received visits to present our announcements. It shouldn’t be misinterpreted by certain segments of the press ”
This movement came following two individuals, recognized as Bharat Malani and Ashok Singh Chouhan, were detained by the SOG within an alleged criminal conspiracy to topple the current state authorities. The officials maintained that according to this conversation, both were detained under IPC sections 124 A (sedition) and 120 B (criminal conspiracy) though based on officials who duo had no criminal background. They’d mines in Udaipur and Ajmer.
Both accused were delivered to 2 weeks of police custody Saturday evening and will probably be generated again in court Monday.Their samples were taken on Sunday to check Covid-19.

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