Do not behave like a fugitive Union Minister Shekhawat: Joshi – don’t behave like a fugitive union minister shekhawat joshi
At the same time, the BJP took strong objection to Joshi’s use of the word ‘fugitive’ for Union Minister Shekhawat.
It is noteworthy that Delhi Police had sent a notice to Joshi in the phone tapping case. This notice has been sent in the case registered by Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat.
Joshi told reporters here, “Gajendra Singh Shekhawat who has given me the knowledge to appear before Delhi Police, Shekhawat ji, you should appear before Rajasthan Police and give voice samples. You cooperate with the Rajasthan Police in the investigation, otherwise people in Rajasthan will call you a fugitive.
He said, “It would have been more important for a person in public life than the police to declare someone a fugitive, what the public’s opinion about him would be.”
Joshi said that Shekhawat should cooperate with the Rajasthan Police in the investigation instead of singing the songs of the Delhi Police which comes under the Central Government.
“I would request Shekhawat not to behave like a fugitive. Don’t sing songs of Delhi Police, talk about Rajasthan Police. If Delhi Police gives legal notice, we will either present it or give a lawful reply if needed. But please trust the Rajasthan Police or else people will start calling you a fugitive.
It is noteworthy that Joshi had lodged an FIR last year in connection with the conspiracy to destabilize the government in the Special Task Force of Rajasthan Police and Anti-Corruption Bureau on the basis of some audio clips. It has the name of Gajendra Singh but it is not clearly stated that this Gajendra Singh is the Union Minister Shekhawat.
As soon as Joshi used the word ‘fugitive’ for Shekhawat in front of the media, Congress leaders and workers standing there raised slogans against Shekhawat.
At the same time, the BJP has reacted sharply to Joshi’s statement.
BJP state president Satish Poonia said, “There was politics of harmony in this state. There was an ideological struggle. For the first time, everyone in the state is seeing that the politics of hatred and vengeance has been started by Ashok Gehlot’s followers.
He said that the use of such words against the Union Minister is condemnable.
On the other hand, Joshi has sent a reply to the notice received from the Crime Branch of Delhi Police.
Joshi said, “I have refused to appear for personal reasons. A matter is sub-judice in the Delhi court regarding the jurisdiction of the matter.
It is noteworthy that the Crime Branch of Delhi Police has sent a notice to Joshi in the phone tapping case. The notice was sent in the case filed by Shekhawat. In this, Joshi was asked to appear before the crime branch at Prashant Vihar police station on June 24.
Union Minister and MP from Jodhpur Shekhawat had lodged a complaint on March 25 against Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot’s privileged Lokesh Sharma and others in the phone tapping case for criminal conspiracy and illegally intercepting telegraphic signals. Based on which the case was registered.
Sharma had filed a petition in the Delhi High Court seeking quashing of this FIR. On this, the court had asked the crime branch not to take any action against him for the time being. The next hearing in the matter will be on August 6.
It is noteworthy that last year, the Congress had kept its MLAs in different hotels for a long time after Sachin Pilot and some other Congress MLAs adopted a rebellious attitude against the leadership of Chief Minister Gehlot. During this there were allegations of phone tapping of MLAs. However, this was repeatedly denied by the authorities and the government. Meanwhile, the audio clip shared by Sharma had surfaced.
#behave #fugitive #Union #Minister #Shekhawat #Joshi #dont #behave #fugitive #union #minister #shekhawat #joshi