ED to issue notice against 26 Congress MLAs in illegal mining Case

In the case of illegal mining, the ED can soon issue notice to these MLAs and call for investigation. This case is directly related to Captain Amarinder Singh's son Raninder.

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Published on 8 Nov 2020 8:33 AM GMT

ED to issue notice against 26 Congress MLAs in illegal mining Case
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New Delhi: Opposing central agricultural laws is now going to outweigh Congress legislators. A team of Punjab's Enforcement Directorate (ED) has taken 26 Congress MLAs on the radar.

In the case of illegal mining, the ED can soon issue notice to these MLAs and call for investigation. This case is directly related to Captain Amarinder Singh's son Raninder.

ED reopened file against Raninder

The ED has re-opened the file against Raninder after four years. After which 26 Congress MLAs have come under the ED's target. There has been a lot of uproar from CM's residence to the MLAs regarding the ED's action.

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Eyes on 26 Congress MLAs:

According to information received from sources, ED has got the green signal from Delhi. Some top officials from Delhi have also come to Jalandhar and sit in the ED's office and started the work of turning the pages of files.

The scope of the investigation of ED is now gradually increasing. This has created panic among the people of Captain Amarinder Singh's faction. Please tell that due to this issue, Punjab Power Minister Rana Gurjit Singh had to lose his chair.

Not only this, a case was also registered on Ladi Sherovalia, MLA from Shahkot of Jalandhar on the charges of mining and the video of the sting operation also went viral on social media.

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According to the information received, the Shiromani Akali Dal and BJP have been accused of illegal mining in Punjab for a long time.

Before assuming the reins of power, Captain Amarinder Singh had promised the people of Punjab that he would send illegal miners to jail and compensate them for the revenue losses incurred in the mining scam in Punjab.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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