ED Action in Rajasthan: After ED action at the residence of two big leaders including Congress state president Govind Singh Dotasra in Rajasthan, political rhetoric is now intensified.
While Congress termed this action as political malice, the BJP welcomed it. BJP said that 19 papers have been leaked one after the other in the state and the future of the youth has been played with.
In such a situation, ED's action should not cause any problem to anyone, rather it should be welcomed.
BJP state president CP Joshi retorted and said that instead of worrying about his son Vaibhav for 5 years and employing investigation agencies to go after his MLAs, Gehlot would have allowed these agencies to work independently on law and order and corruption in the state.
CP Joshi said that there was a straw in the thief's beard! What is CM Gehlot afraid of ED?
If CM Gehlot is right then what is he worried about? A few days ago Gopal Kesawat was arrested with wads of notes.
After that incident, all the corruption laws that existed were removed. He asked why the corrupt are being saved under the Gehlot government.
BJP leader and Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat fiercely targeted the Rajasthan government.
The Union Minister said, "The future of 70 lakh youth became dark due to the incidents of paper leak, those 70 lakh youth included sons and daughters of farmers, poor, Dalits, and tribals".
Regarding the ED action, BJP state spokesperson Amit Goyal said that 19 papers have been leaked one after the other in the state, due to which the state government was repeatedly demanded to take action, but no accused was caught.
Lakhs of youth in the state have been kept in the dark, their future has been played with.
In such a situation, now that ED is taking action, no one should have any problem with it, rather it should be welcomed.
BJP's election in-charge Pralhad Joshi said that the future of more than 70 lakh youth has been spoiled due to record paper leaks 19 times in Rajasthan. RPSC members including a former Congress Minister of State have also been caught in this case.
In such a situation, why are congress leaders afraid if they haven't done anything wrong?
He said that if the government in Rajasthan had not weakened the ACB and had not given protection to corrupt leaders, there would have been no need for such action.
Under the government of Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, crores of rupees are being received in government offices, but no action has been taken.
On Thursday, the Enforcement Directorate took action at 12 places in Rajasthan. In these, action was taken at five locations of State Congress President Govind Singh Dotasara. In this, action was taken at three places in Jaipur and two places in Sikar.
At the same time, the ED team also took action at seven places related to independent MLA Omprakash Hoodla.
By Manika Sharma