Alok Tripathi, DG, ACB
JAIPUR: The nation’s anti-corruption agency (ACB) has also registered an FIR following criticism by Congress chief whip Mahesh Joshi with respect to both sound clips where the callers may be heard speaking about alleged efforts to decode Rajasthan’s current government.
On Friday, Joshi had registered a complaint with the ACB after that the FIR has been registered, maintained officials.
“Joshi had come to us on Friday to present his statement and gave us the sound clips. Following deliberation over the topic, it had been decided to register an FIR,” said Alok Tripathi, DG, ACB.
The officials asserted that the sound recordings will be transmitted to FSL for analyzing and included,”the sound clips will analyzed to assess their validity and to decide whether they’ve been manufactured or doctored at all.”
From the criticism, Joshi had cited the names of 3 people that were observed in the sound clips–MLA Bhanwarlal Sharma, Sanjay Jain and Gajendra Singh, even though it doesn’t specify if it’s the voice of the Union minister.
Talking about the analysis, Tripathi said,”we will first recognize the accused following the sound clips are authenticated after which the analysis will advance in accordance with the procedure”.
The DG also stated that on June 10they had received a complaint from Joshi in relationship with sensed horse-trading of both MLAs and stated,”after receiving the complaint, we began a confidential investigation into the issue and also the probe is penalized”.
The FIR was registered under the Prevention of Corruption Act.
Following the Special Operations Group (SOG) detained two businessmen whose telephone conversation was apprehended by officials, ACB had initiated a preliminary investigation into the participation of three separate MLAs who had been seemingly offering money to governmental leaders on behalf of BJP however they’re not yet been contested in the issue.