The CBI at present questioned the Officer on Particular Obligation to Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in reference to the loss of life allegedly by suicide of a police officer in Might. Congress MLA Krishna Poonia, who was questioned yesterday by the company in reference to the case, too has been known as for an additional spherical of questioning later at present.
The CBI questioning comes at a time when Ashok Gehlot’s authorities faces a political storm after Sachin Pilot’s insurrection and his subsequent sacking as Deputy Chief Minister and the chief of the Congress unit of Rajasthan.
Deva Ram Saini, the Officer on Particular Obligation to the Rajasthan Chief Minister, was known as to the probe company’s workplace in Jaipur. A staff of particular crime unit of the CBI from Delhi is in Jaipur to file statements as a part of investigation into the police officer’s loss of life.
Police officer Vishnudutt Vishno was discovered lifeless at his official residence in Churu district on Might 23. The Rajashtan authorities had transferred the case to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) final month.
The police officer’s brother had reportedly filed a criticism with the Rajasthan police alleging he was beneath strain which led him to take this drastic step.
The BJP and Mayawati’s BSP, that are in opposition in Rajasthan, have alleged that the officer was being pressured by Krishna Poonia, a cost that she has denied.
Krishna Poonia was questioned by the probe company yesterday for almost three hours, information company PTI quoted sources as saying.
Ms Poonia, who represented India on the Olympics in 2013 and entered politics in the identical yr, is a part of Crew Gehlot that’s tenting in a lodge in Jaipur, the place the Chief Minister is guarding his flock.
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