CBI investigate Punjab AAP MLA for Rs 40 crore “bank fraud” case

The CBI is conducting searches at three Sangrur locations linked to Punjab AAP MLA Jaswant Singh Gajjan Majra in a bank fraud case involving over Rs 40 crore, officials said Saturday.

The CBI is conducting searches at three Sangrur locations linked to Punjab AAP MLA Jaswant Singh Gajjan Majra in a bank fraud case involving over Rs 40 crore, officials said Saturday.

They said the searches are being conducted in the Maler Kotla area of Sangrur district. In connection with the case against the Amargarh MLA. With the location being his ancestral home.

According to them, the case was filed in response to a complaint filed by Bank of Baroda.

Meanwhile, the AAP accused the BJP and its governments on Saturday. Of protecting its “goon” who incited riots in Punjab. A day after Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga was returned to the capital following a high-voltage drama. That drew the police of three states and triggered a political slugfest.

The Delhi BJP leader was arrested from his home here by Punjab Police, detained in Haryana while being transported to Punjab, and returned to the national capital by Delhi Police hours later.

The BJP has accused the Punjab Police of “abducting” its leader, who has been outspoken in his criticism of Arvind Kejriwal, and the AAP chief of pursuing vendetta through the state police.

However, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has denied the charge, claiming that Bagga was arrested for allegedly inciting communal tensions in Punjab.

The Delhi Police have opened a kidnapping investigation after receiving a complaint from Bagga’s father, Preetpal Singh.

The next day, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia tweeted in Hindi, “The entire BJP and its governments are involved in saving one of their goons who spoke against the brotherhood in Punjab and incited riots.”

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“The BJP is a goon party that forces its government to act like goons. These people never, ever, ever discuss education, health, inflation, or unemployment “He claimed.

The Delhi Police said on Saturday that. It will make the necessary security arrangements for Bagga. Since, after the BJP leader expressed concern for his safety.

“Bagga expressed concern about his safety and security. We’ll make the necessary security arrangements “. According to a senior officer.

The AAP claimed on Friday that Bagga was apprehended in Delhi. Lest, by the Punjab Police for attempting to incite communal tension. Also, violence in the border state, rejecting the BJP’s charge of vendetta.

Despite the fact that AAP chief spokesperson Saurabh Bharadwaj mentioned the April 29 clashes in Patiala. The Punjab Police said it arrested the Delhi BJP leader from his residence in the capital. In connection with a case registered in Mohali on April 1.

Bagga’s remarks on March 30. When he was part of a BJP youth wing protest outside the Delhi chief minister’s residence. Were referenced in the April 1 FIR.

The April 1 FIR was filed under relevant IPC sections. Also, including 153-A (promoting enmity between different groups on the basis of religion, race, place, etc.). 505 (whoever makes, publishes, or circulates any statement, rumour, or report). And 506 (whoever makes, publishes, or circulates any statement, rumour, or report) (criminal intimidation).

Moreover, Bagga was chastised by the AAP. Which governs both Delhi and Punjab. For his tweet criticising Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over the film ‘The Kashmir Files.’

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