NEW DELHI: Union minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat on Monday questioned the authenticity of the audio clips, mentioned by the Congress to allege his involvement in a purported proposal to topple the Rajasthan government, as well as looked for to understand its resource as well as exactly how the state police got it. The Rajasthan Authorities SOG (unique operations group), which is penetrating the situation, had previously sent out a notification to Shekhawat, asking him to offer his voice example and record his statement.
Shekhawat stated, “They (police) must first clarify regarding credibility of these tapes. Who recorded it and where did the SOG get it from. Investigation should be accomplished to learn if these tapes are real or otherwise.”
His comments showed that he is not likely to join the probe amidst a raging political conflict over the audio clips.
The Congress has actually alleged that the BJP leader’s voice figure in them, a fee shot down by him.
The BJP has actually called these clips “manufactured” and required a CBI probe, questioning if the state police touched phones of politicians in violation of rules.
The FIR registered by Rajasthan Police points out details of alleged conversations of rebel Congress MLA Bhanwarlal Sharma with Gajendra Singh as well as a third male, named Sanjay Jain. The police has apprehended Jain.
The Congress declares Gajendra Singh, the title spoke about within the FIR, is a referral to Union minister Shekhawat.
Rajasthan dove right into a political disaster after Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s deputy Sachin Pilot rebelled. Because the replacement principal preacher as well as in enhancement because the obtain together’s state unit head, the Congress later eliminated Pilot.