Congress registers FIR in Anti Corruption Bureau in audio clip case

The political storm in Rajasthan is not going stop easily. CM Ashok Gehlot claimed conspiring to bring down the Congress government by purchasing the MLA.

New Delhi: The political storm in Rajasthan is not going stop easily. CM Ashok Gehlot claimed conspiring to bring down the Congress government by purchasing the MLA.

Now another new episode has been added. Now, a case has also been registered in the Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) regarding the MLA purchase sale and audio tape case.

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Case in Anti corruption Bureau:

This case has been registered under the PC Act at the ACB headquarters. An FIR has been lodged in the Assembly on the complaint of Chief Whip Mahesh Joshi.

After the case was registered, statements of Mahesh Joshi have been recorded in the ACB headquarters in this case. In this FIR, MLA Bhanwarlal Sharma has been highlighted because he said in the statements Mahesh Joshi that he recognizes the voice of MLA Bhanwarlal Sharma.

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Stir in Rajasthan Congress:

New revelations are happening every day and new pages are opening in the politics of Rajasthan. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is batting on the front foot after the audio of the MLAs’ purchase and sale surfaced.

BJP has intensified the attack on Gehlot after an FIR was registered against BJP MP and Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat in this case.

Ashok Gehlot said in a conversation with a private news channel on the allegations about the purchase of audio, that if the tape is fake, I will leave politics.

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