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Rajendra Gudha News: ‘Lal Diary’ traces pilot-crisis bribery, demands sacking of Rajasthan minister Rajendra Singh Gudha | Jaipur news

Rajendra Gudha News: ‘Lal Diary’ traces pilot-crisis bribery, demands sacking of Rajasthan minister Rajendra Singh Gudha |  Jaipur news
JAIPUR: Sacked Rajasthan minister Rajendra Singh Gudha on Monday made startling claims, insisting that he has photos from a “red diary” containing potentially damaging evidence of corruption against CM Ashok Gehlot.

The Congress MLA alleged that the diary details transactions with individual MLAs and certain BJP MLAs during the political crisis due to former Deputy CM Sachin Pilot’s rebellion and the ensuing 2020 Rajya Sabha elections. According to Guhra, the diary also contains details of Rajasthan Cricket Association’s transactions for the October 9, 2018 elections. The post of President.
The MLA said that if he had not recovered the diary from Gehlot confidant Dharmendra Rathore’s residence during the ED search in July 2020, the chief minister could have faced legal consequences and possibly imprisonment. Content red diaryAccording to Gudda, details of accounts involved in disbursement of black money maintained by Gehlot have been disclosed. He alleged that the diary contained extensive information on recipients and dates of transactions.

Gudha reveals that she is with another person on Gehlot’s orders the minister Ramlal Jat and Congress leader Dhiraj Gurjar visited Rathore’s house during the ED search. They allegedly recovered the red diary there. Rathore is currently the chairman of the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation – a political post. Gudha claimed that the chief minister ordered him to destroy the diary, but he secretly photographed its contents, retaining important details of the transactions.
Congress leaders dismissed the former minister’s allegations as baseless and challenged him to reveal the pictures of the diary pages, if indeed they exist.
Meanwhile, the BJP said the nation wants to know the contents of the diary. The Deputy Leader of the Opposition, Satish Punia, accused the Congress of multi-level corruption and argued that Gudha should have been allowed to speak in the Assembly as an elected representative.
watch Sacked minister Rajendra Gudha says, “If I had not torn ‘Lal Diary’, CM Gehlot would have been in jail”

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