Punjab Govt’s FIR on AAP legislators being lured with Rs 25 crore supply to change loyalty doesn’t point out any accused
Ruchika M Khanna
Chandigarh, September 20
There isn’t any accused within the FIR registered within the case of makes an attempt to topple the AAP authorities in Punjab. Although allegations have been made in opposition to the BJP for providing Rs 25 crore to the ruling celebration’s MLAs within the state, the column the place the accused is to be named mentions the “accused are unknown”.
The FIR has been registered on the criticism of Deputy Speaker of Punjab Vidhan Sabha Jai Krishan Singh Rouri. Although the FIR was registered on September 14, the state authorities was unwilling to share a replica of the FIR or its contents. The FIR has been registered beneath part 8 of the Prevention of Corruption Act and part 120B and 171 B of the IPC.
The FIR, a replica of which is with The Tribune, mentions that 9 MLAs, together with Rupinder Comfortable, Sheetal Angural, Raman Arora, Principal Budh Ram, Kuljit Randhawa, Manjit Singh Bilaspur, Dinesh Chadha and Jagseer Singh, apart from Deputy Speaker Rouri, have been “lured to change loyalty”.
The FIR additionally says that the case is being registered after taking a authorized opinion.
These MLAs have complained that they have been provided Rs 25 crore in money and ministerial berths by the individuals claiming to be BJP members. They’ve complained that they acquired telephonic calls from totally different individuals, promising to take these MLAs to fulfill the highest leaders of BJP, and make preparations for his or her assembly with the BJP leaders.
It might be talked about that Punjab Cupboard at this time gave its consent to name the particular session of Punjab Vidhan Sabha on Thursday to deliver a confidence movement in wake of the rollout is the “Operation Lotus”.
The one-day session may also see a debate on the problem, and MLAs who’ve been approached by the BJP for leaving AAP will narrate how they have been referred to as and all that transpired, Punjab Native Our bodies Minister Inderbir Singh Nijjar informed The Tribune after the Cupboard assembly.