BJP’s Meena accuses Congress and RLP of scams


After the ED raids in Jaipur, Jodhpur, and Dungarpur, BJP leader Kirori Lal Meena alleged the presence of 500 crore rupees in black money and 50 kilograms of gold in the lockers of Jaipur’s Ganpati Plaza. On Friday, BJP Rajya Sabha MP Kirori Lal Meena staged a protest at Ganpati Plaza, claiming that the black money of Congress leaders’ associates is stored in these lockers.
Meena claimed that there are about 100 lockers at Ganpati Plaza, which haven’t been opened for the past 10 years, and neither the RBI nor any other agency has information about them. The MP insisted that until the ED investigates these lockers, they will continue their sit-in at Ganpati Plaza. However, the BJP leader didn’t reveal the ownership of these lockers, stating that disclosing it now could lead to political pressure and hinder the investigation.
Afterwards, the MP levelled serious allegations against RLP Women’s Wing President Sparsha Choudhary, accusing her of being the source of a paper leak and demanding her removal. He has also appealed to RLP supremo Hanuman Beniwal to remove Spardha Choudhary from the party.
On Friday, the ED conducted raids at a total of six locations in Rajasthan, including the residence of Congress leader Dinesh Khodaniya in Dungarpur. While making the allegations, the MP said, “Congress leader Dinesh Khodaniya himself got Babulal Katara made a member of RPSC. He also gave Katara the responsibility of the paper. Not just some papers, but all the papers have been leaked. The Chairman was also included in the scam.” After Kirori Lal Meena’s protest demonstration, the Jaalupura police have written a letter to the manager of Royera Safety Vaults. In this letter, they have been instructed not to operate the lockers related to Chhatrapal Singh without investigating the allocated lockers. Therefore, the lockers should not be opened under any circumstances without the presence of the investigating agency’s approval.