Rajasthani minister charged with kidnapping claims that CM Ashok Gehlot has implicated him
Rajendra Gudha, a Rajasthan minister, charged that Ashok Gehlot, the state’s chief minister, had falsely accused him of being involved in an abduction case hours after he had been charged.
Gudha argued that it is impossible for the chief minister to be kept in the dark when a complaint is filed against a minister.
“The Home ministry is with the CM. It is impossible for the chief minister to be unaware that a case has been filed against a minister. False cases shouldn’t be filed, I’ll ask CM directly when we meet, what you’re attempting to show. Gudha informed the press.
Gudha is one of six MLAs who were elected to the 2018 legislature on a BSP platform but then switched to congress. He was afterward a member of Ashok Gehlot’s cabinet.
He is known for making bold statements, and most recently, he was spotted supporting Sachin Pilot as the new chief minister of Rajasthan.
Police charge a minister in Rajasthan with kidnapping a man and accepting a blank check
For allegedly kidnapping Durga Singh, a ward panchayat member from Kakrana in Sikar district, and taking a blank bank check from him, an FIR was filed against Rajasthan’s state minister for Sainik welfare and Panchayati and others.
Police charged a Rajasthan minister for kidnapping a man and accepting a blank check
Police report that the incident happened on January 27.
Acting Circle Officer of Neem Ka Thana, Babu Lal, reported that Mr. Singh, a resident of Modi Bagh of Neem police station, filed a complaint on Thursday under several IPC sections against Minister Rajendra Gudha, his personal assistant Krishna Kumar, and Vimla Kanwar and others.
The officer explained that the matter has been forwarded to the Crime Investigation Branch (CB-CID) for further action because it involves a minister.
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