No money confiscated in ED raids, claims Dotasra


After the Enforcement Directorate raided his residence in an alleged paper leak case, Rajasthan Congress President Govind Singh Dotasra has said that not a single rupee was seized from him, and the ED has only taken 3 mobile phones and the e-mail details.
Addressing the people in Sikar, Dotasra said “There is no point of tension. Not even 1 rupee was seized. Only 3 mobile phones and our email were seized. Neither any paper nor any jewellery was seized. If I have earned anything in life, I have earned the love of Congress workers. But I appeal to all of you to tell this to the people of the entire Rajasthan that the Congress worker is not weak or cowardly.”
Dotasra mentioned that the ED didn’t ask any questions about the paper leak scam. He said, “In which case does ED occur? We don’t care, ED people do their work. But we were not asked a single word about the paper leak. BJP people are forcibly creating an atmosphere in the state regarding paper leaks. This environment will be heavy on the BJP during the coming elections. In the documents they saw, there were schemes only for the people of Rajasthan…I will fight the election from Laxmangarh, I am saying it clearly.”
Speaking about CM Ashok Gehlot’s son, Vaibhav Gehlot, who was also summoned by ED, Dotasra said, “No matter how much the central government misuses its central agency, Congress leaders are not afraid of it.”
“I challenge Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathore to get the government to investigate his, Subhash Mahariya and my property. If anything comes out of it, I am ready to face punishment, but Rajendra Rathore and Subhash Mahariya’s property should also be investigated,” Dotasra said.
On Thursday, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) carried out searches at the properties of Rajasthan Congress President Govind Singh Dotasra as part of a money laundering inquiry into an alleged examination paper leak case in the poll-bound state.