Raipur (State Bureau). The heat of phone tapping of state Congress leaders and allegations of instability to the Chhattisgarh government has reached Raipur from Delhi. In Delhi on Tuesday, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel accused the Center of trying to destabilize his government. He claimed that illegal phone tapping was being done in the state. On this, former CM Dr. Raman Singh said that there is no reason for tapping his phone. Baghel is giving such a statement in doubt.

Attempts are being made to destabilize the state governments

CM Baghel has alleged that people standing with Congress leader Rahul Gandhi are being targeted. Referring to the CBI raids against the brother of Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, he said the Center was trying to destabilize the state governments run by non-BJP parties. Baghel’s statement comes at a time when Maharashtra’s ruling alliance Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA) is fighting for survival. Let us inform that CM Baghel is in Delhi for three days regarding the ED’s questioning of Rahul Gandhi.

Congress is suffering due to ED’s interrogation: Raman Singh

Here, senior government minister Ravindra Choubey supported Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel’s statement in this matter and said that phone tapping is happening since the time of Pegasus. Parts of it still exist. He asked former Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh whether he had bought Pegasus during his reign? On this statement, Dr. Raman said that the basic issue is that Congress is getting hurt due to ED’s interrogation.

… when ED questioned Modi for 9 hours

A total of four people were shareholders in the National Herald case. Of these, Motilal Vora and Oscar Fernandes held 12-12 per cent. All other shares are with Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi. Vora and Fernandes are no more in the world. In such a situation, if there is a disturbance, then the ED will question Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi only. He said that the then Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi was also questioned by the ED for nine hours during the Manmohan Singh government. Then Modi did not go to the ED office with any crowd and rally.

Edited By: Sanjeev Tiwari