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Congress govt’s cases against BJP not going the way it wants

By Indian Express calender  07-Jun-2019

Congress govt’s cases against BJP not going the way it wants

AMID The controversy surrounding the sudden replacement of Chhattisgarh Advocate General Kanak Tiwari, who claimed that he had not resigned after the new appointment was announced, the spotlight has turned to cases and investigations initiated by the Congress government against the previous BJP regime and its officers.
Records show that in two of these cases, the accused, including former chief minister Raman Singh’s son-in-law Dr. Punit Gupta, were able to obtain anticipatory bail. In a third case, the court stayed the arrest of the accused. In another, the court stayed the setting up of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) itself.
When contacted, Tiwari, who was replaced by Satish Chandra Verma five days ago, claimed that the government showed “undue haste” in such cases, often instituting SITs without consulting him. He also claimed these differences were the key to his removal.

MOLITICS SURVEY

क्या कांग्रेस का महागठबंधन से अलग रह के चुनाव लड़ने की वजह से बीजेपी को पूर्ण बहुमत मिला है?

हाँ
  51.35%
नहीं
  43.24%
अनिश्चित
  5.41%

TOTAL RESPONSES : 37

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