Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh
ND24 web desk | Published : 2023-03-23
Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh on Thursday, March 22, informed that he wrote a letter to the CBI director, asking him to summon Union Home Minister Amit Shah, alleging corruption in Meghalaya. This comes in light of a recent police inquiry on Rahul Gandhi, for a comment he made during in J&K rally. Ramesh wrote in his letter to CBI, “I wish to bring to your notice the fact that Shah said in his public speech on Feb 17, 2023, that the then government of Meghalaya was the most corrupt government in the country. Shah is also the Home Minister of India. In his capacity as the Home Minister, he would surely have had access to information and facts that led him to the above conclusion." “For some inexplicable reasons, the Home Minister, who is also the former national president of BJP, has failed to act upon the information regarding the corrupt practices and instances of the then Meghalaya government. Therefore, in the highest national interest, we urge you to summon Shah and ask him to submit all the information and facts that led him to state assessment and investigate the matter,” Ramesh added. “We also urge you to investigate if the Home Minister of India was under any undue duress from his party or other forces, to suppress the information related to the corruption of Meghalaya, in order to enable his party BJP to support the same CM Conrad Sangma after the recent Meghalaya elections,” he further mentioned.
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