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Congress Demanded FIR on Scindia Over Alleged Audio

Jyotiraditya Scindia PA Tests Positive

The Congress has submitted a memorandum to Additional Director General of Police (ADG) Rajbabu Singh based on the alleged audio of former Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, who left the Congress. In this memorandum, the Congress has sought to register an FIR against Scindia and his associates, along with the investigation of the alleged audio.

State Congress media incharge (Gwalior-Chambal division) K.K. Mishra and and Gwalior city Congress President Devendra Sharma said in the memorandum submitted to ADG Rajababu Singh said that the matter is “very sensitive, related to the purity of public life and political sanctity.”

In the audio, Scindia is reportedly talking to a female leader, in which money is also mentioned. Also the names of many leaders have been taken during this conversation. The Congress demands that an SIT to be constituted to conduct a thorough investigation into the matter. Record the statements of people whose names have come with Scindia in the audio. Also, police should take necessary action.

Earlier, an audio of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan went viral, in which he is heard saying that without the support of Scindia, it was not possible to topple the Congress government.

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