New Delhi:The BJP on Saturday hit again on the Ashok Gehlot Authorities when it not solely denied expenses of alleged bid to interrupt the Congress social gathering but in addition alleged that the dessert state is witnessing an “indirect emergency”.
The BJP was referring to the purported cellphone conversations that have been leaked by Gehlot camp.
“Is the phone of every person in Rajasthan, who has any concern with politics, is being tapped? Is Emergency not being imposed indirectly in Rajasthan?,” requested BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra in a press convention right here on Saturday.
These are critical questions that we need to ask the Rajasthan Congress and Ashok Gehlot.
1. Was cellphone taping completed? The Congress govt in Rajasthan should reply.
2. Is it not a delicate and authorized difficulty, if cellphone taping has been completed? pic.twitter.com/dkOdNSsboV
— BJP (@BJP4India) July 18, 2020
Calling the Rajasthan political disaster a “drama”, Patra alleged it’s a brazen cocktail of conspiracy, lies, fraud and defiance of regulation.
“The whole conspiracy is being hatched in their house and through some audio tapes it is being alleged that the BJP is trying to sabotage the Congress party,” mentioned Patra. He demanded a CBI probe into this matter, to determine whether or not cellphone tapping was completed or SOPs have been adopted. He additionally questioned if the voice within the leaks are genuine, why the FIR states it as “purported”.
This assault comes within the wake of an FIR filed by the SOG in Rajasthan towards Union Minister and BJP chief 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 the Ashok Gehlot authorities have been launched by Rajasthan’s ruling social gathering.
Nonetheless, 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, a Jaipur resident and BJP chief Sanjay Jain whereas discussing plans and actions to topple the Congress authorities.
Now, the BJP has based mostly its counter assault on these purported conversations to boost the “phone tapping of politicians in Rajasthan” cost towards Congress whereas labelling it am “indirect emergency”.
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