Confidence vote in the present day; cannot identify these behind ‘Operation Lotus’, says AAP

Confidence vote in the present day; cannot identify these behind ‘Operation Lotus’, says AAP



Tribune Information Service

Chandigarh, September 20

The Cupboard in the present day gave the approval to the Aam Aadmi Get together (AAP) authorities to convene a particular session of the Vidhan Sabha tomorrow for bringing a confidence movement within the wake of “Operation Lotus”.

The Governor has authorized the advice for convening the session.

Poaching matter underneath investigation

The matter is underneath investigation. Taking names (of the accused) at this stage will hamper the probe and weaken the case towards the accused. Senior AAP chief

It’s extremely unlikely that throughout the particular Meeting session, the federal government will reveal the names of individuals, who known as up AAP MLAs with an intention to topple the federal government.

“The matter is underneath investigation. Taking names (of the accused) at this stage will hamper the probe and weaken the case towards the accused,” mentioned a senior AAP chief. Parliamentary Affairs Minister Inderbir Singh Nijjar mentioned, “The MLAs, who have been approached by the BJP, will narrate the sequence of occasions and all that transpired.”

The police have already registered a case after AAP complained to the DGP, accusing the BJP of making an attempt to poach its legislators. The FIR, a replica of which is with The Tribune, doesn’t point out the names of the accused. The column underneath the pinnacle accused says “unknown”.

AAP legislators have alleged that individuals claiming to be members of the BJP supplied them Rs 25 crore every and ministerial posts to topple the state authorities. The case has been registered on a criticism of Vidhan Sabha Deputy Speaker Jai Krishan Singh Rouri.

Although the FIR was registered on September 14, the state authorities was unwilling to make public its copy, its contents nor the criticism by Rouri. The case has been registered underneath Part 8 of the Prevention of Corruption Act and Sections 120-B and 171-B of the IPC. The FIR mentions that 9 MLAs — Rupinder Glad, Sheetal Angural, Raman Arora, Principal Budh Ram, Kuljit Randhawa, Manjit Singh Bilaspur, Dinesh Chadha, Jagseer Singh and Rouri — have obtained calls from BJP members.

AAP, whereas making the allegations final week, had refused to disclose the names of the MLAs who have been approached.

The FIR additionally mentions that the case was registered after taking a authorized opinion. The 9 MLAs have complained that they obtained calls from completely different individuals, promising them cash and arranging conferences with senior BJP leaders.

Vigilance Bureau officers mentioned the digital proof introduced on report by the complainant was being examined. “We’ll first contact the complainant and different MLAs. As soon as the cellphone numbers from which the calls have been made are examined, we are going to carry the responsible to e book,” an official mentioned.

CM briefs Cupboard about Germany go to

  • Just one agenda merchandise was mentioned throughout the Cupboard assembly that lasted greater than 90 minutes
  • Sources say CM Bhagwant Mann briefed his Cupboard colleagues about his go to to Germany and gave particulars of conferences with international buyers
  • He reportedly informed the ministers that he bought a “constructive response” from the BMW, when he invited the corporate to an buyers’ summit to be organised in 2024
  • No dialogue was held on Mann’s delayed return from Germany
  • The CM is prone to individually meet the MLAs approached by the BJP

It’s a ‘Vote of low confidence’: Warring

PCC chief Amrinder Singh Raja Warring has questioned the AAP authorities’s transfer to usher in a “vote of confidence” in a particular session. “By enacting a theatrical ‘confidence present’, you can’t win the boldness of individuals. It’s not a vote of confidence, however a vote of low confidence,” he mentioned. TNS





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