The BJP on Saturday hit back on the Ashok Gehlot Government when it not only denied prices of alleged bid to split the Congress celebration but also alleged that the dessert state is witnessing an “indirect unexpected emergency”.
The BJP was referring to the purported cellphone discussions that were being leaked by Gehlot camp.
“Is the cell phone of each human being in Rajasthan, who has any worry with politics, is remaining tapped? Is Crisis not currently being imposed indirectly in Rajasthan?,” questioned BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra in a press convention here on Saturday.
Rajasthan political disaster is a “drama”: Sambit Patra
Contacting the Rajasthan political crisis a “drama”, Patra alleged it is a brazen cocktail of conspiracy, lies, fraud and defiance of regulation.
“The full conspiracy is being hatched in their residence and as a result of some audio tapes it is being alleged that the BJP is hoping to sabotage the Congress party,” stated Patra. He demanded a CBI probe into this make any difference, to verify whether or not mobile phone tapping was finished or SOPs ended up adopted. He also questioned if the voice in the leaks are reliable, why the FIR states it as “purported”.
This attack will come in the wake of an FIR submitted by the SOG in Rajasthan against Union Minister and BJP chief Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and two other individuals on the basis of a complaint by Congress whip Mahesh Joshi quickly after three audio clips with alleged discussions on toppling the Ashok Gehlot governing administration had been launched by Rajasthan’s ruling celebration.
Having said that, Shekhawat has denied any of the tapes has his voice when another BJP leader mentioned the tapes ended up doctored.
The clips have recorded purported discussion among Shekhawat, Congress MLA Bhanwarlal Sharma, a Jaipur resident and BJP leader Sanjay Jain though speaking about plans and steps to topple the Congress government.
Now, the BJP has dependent its counter attack on these purported conversations to raise the “cellphone tapping of politicians in Rajasthan” cost in opposition to Congress when labelling it am “oblique emergency”.