Honey entice case: Shweta introduced from Indore to Bhopal for questioning

by Jeremy Spirogis
India's cleanest city for 4th consecutive time

Highlights:

  • Shweta Vijay Jain was delivered to Bhopal on Monday

  • Shweta referred to as from Indore jail for questioning

  • Brought from jail automobile amidst tight safety by police

  • Shweta Vijay Jain will come out and show innocence

Raj Espress. Shweta Vijay Jain, the principle accused within the well-known Honey Trap case that tarnished Madhya Pradesh, was introduced from Indore jail to Bhopal in a jail automobile on Monday amidst tight safety by the police. He was delivered to Bhopal and brought to the Income Tax Department's workplace at Hoshangabad Road. Here the names of IAS officers and leaders are prone to be revealed within the interrogation accomplished by the Income Tax Department. <! –

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                 However, Shweta has been referred to as right here to inquire concerning the Rs 43 lakh recovered from the ICICI Bank locker.

Will show innocence after popping out:

Today, when Shweta Vijay Jain was interrogated by taking the Income Tax workplace at 2 pm, Shweta mentioned that she would show her innocence by getting out of the jail and she or he would simply show her innocence. Said that I don't wish to discuss a lot anymore. For the sake of knowledge, Shweta had left from Indore by police automobile from Indore at 9 am, based on stories, the interrogation of Shweta will proceed until the night.

Documents are in ICICI Bank Locker:

As everybody is aware of, Shweta Vijay Jain is a resident of Minal Residency. He advised throughout interrogation that, just a bit distance away from his home is ICICI Bank situated in Sonagiri, he saved money and paperwork in his locker. For info, a SIT was constituted to research the Honeytrap case, SIT has seized Rs 43 lakh money and transaction paperwork from this locker. On searching for info from the Income Tax Department, SIT submitted the main points of this money to the Income Tax Department. Shweta was interrogated by Joint Commissioner of Income Tax Vedanta Kanwar on this whole case.

Former Chairman of Public Service Commission:

Deepak Gupta, former chairman of the Public Service Commission, mentioned concerning the concern of the Honeytrap case that, "If a big IAS officer's name comes up in corruption or Bhopal's Honeytrap case, he should be sacked immediately." A much bigger message will go than this. ' Deepak Gupta was to take part in a Literature Festival held in Bhopal on Sunday.

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