new Delhi. After Jyotiraditya Scindia left the Congress and joined the BJP, political turmoil continues in Madhya Pradesh. Meanwhile, a re-investigation into the alleged land rip-off case has began in opposition to Jyotiraditya Scindia. This case is concerning the rip-off of land price 10 thousand crores. He is accused of promoting the identical land a number of instances. There can be a cost of promoting authorities land. The case has been investigated in 2014.
The Economic Offenses Wing (EOW) of Madhya Pradesh Police on Thursday determined to re-examine the info of a criticism made in opposition to former Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia. A complainant in Gwalior alleged that Scindia had manipulated the paperwork of a property and bought part of the 6,000-foot land to the complainant. <! –
After this growth, the politics of the state has turn into sizzling once more.
First criticism made in 2014
"Yes, orders have been given to re-verify the facts of Surendra Srivastava's complaint," an EOW official stated. The EOW press launch stated that Surendra Srivastava lodged a criticism in opposition to Scindia and his household for manipulating a registry doc and promoting it to six,000 ft of land in Mahalgaon, Gwalior in 2009.
The official stated that for the primary time this criticism was made on 26 March 2014, after investigation of which we closed it in 2018. He stated that the complainant has once more utilized to us on 12 March. On that foundation we’ll re-examine the info of the criticism. Pankaj Chaturvedi, a former spokesperson of the state Congress and a pro-Scindia supporter, stated, "The technique of EoW is being executed in opposition to Scindia ji for revenge. Nothing goes to occur to him. '
Scindia supporters argue
Pankaj additional stated, 'In this case as soon as the shortage of proof has ended, but all that is being executed with a way of revenge. We have full religion in regulation and structure. From the place we’ll get justice and the retaliating Kamal Nath authorities will get a befitting reply. '
Meanwhile, the vast majority of the Scindia camp MLAs who’ve rebelled from the Congress have reportedly despatched their resignations to the Raj Bhavan. All 19 MLAs are presently staying in Bengaluru.