FIR in opposition to Union Minister Shekhawat in audio clip case


Jaipur, July 17

An FIR has been filed by the SOG in Rajasthan in opposition to Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and two others on the premise of a criticism by Congress whip Mahesh Joshi quickly after three audio clips with alleged conversations on toppling of the Ashok Gehlot authorities have been launched by the ruling occasion.

Shekhawat has denied any of the tapes has his voice whereas one other BJP chief mentioned the tapes have been doctored.

The clips have recorded purported dialog between Shekhawat, Congress MLA Bhanwarlal Sharma and Jaipur resident and BJP chief Sanjay Jain whereas discussing plans and actions to topple the Congress authorities.

The Special Operations Group (SOG) workforce has been actively following the case with many proofs submitted by the ruling Congress, mentioned officers, including that the case was additionally registered in opposition to Sharma and Jain.

Joshi mentioned that the occasion already had “subtle proofs” in opposition to the three accused as named within the audio clip. “We are going through the legal route,” he mentioned.

Meanwhile, Shekhawat mentioned: “The voice in the tape is not mine and I am ready for investigation.” He additionally mentioned that he’s not in contact with Jain and Sharma and added that there are lots of individuals going by the title of Gajendra Singh within the state.

Earlier within the morning, Congress chief Randeep singh Surjewala had referred to as a presser and accused the BJP of making an attempt to topple the Gehlot authorities by indulging in horse- buying and selling.

Meanwhile, Deputy Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore mentioned that there is no such thing as a reality within the Congress claims. “All released audio clips have doctored voices,” he added.

IANS



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