Punjab Police register FIR over AAP cost of BJP ‘providing cash’ to its MLAs
Chandigarh, September 14
The Punjab Police on Wednesday registered a case after the ruling AAP complained to the state DGP, accusing the BJP of an try to poach its MLAs.
State Finance Minister Harpal Singh Cheema had on Wednesday met the state DGP alongside social gathering MLAs over the difficulty and demanded an intensive probe.
An official spokesperson of the state police mentioned, “Following a criticism filed by some MLAs of the state, the Punjab Police registered a primary info report beneath Part 8 of the Prevention of Corruption Act and Sections 171-B and 120-B of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).”
The ruling social gathering had earlier mentioned at the least its 10 MLAs have been approached by BJP folks with a proposal of Rs 25 crore every in a bid to topple the state authorities.