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Monday, September 20, 2021

Order to register FIR on six including Tejashwi and Misa Bharti, accused of not giving tickets by taking five crores

Bihar's Leader of Opposition and Tejashwi Yadav and his sister Misa Bharti seem to be in trouble. The court has ordered the registration of FIR against both of them. A case has also been ordered against Bihar Congress state president Madan Mohan Jha, Congress state spokesperson Rajesh Rathor and Shubhanand Mukesh, son of Congress veteran Sadanand Singh. All of them are accused of not giving tickets for the Lok Sabha elections by taking money. Patna's Chief Judicial Magistrate Vijay Kishore Singh's court has ordered the Kotwali police station in the capital to register an FIR against six leaders.

In fact, Congress leader and advocate Sanjeev Kumar Singh had filed a complaint in Patna's CJM court on August 18. In this case, he had described himself as the observer of Bihar Congress in charge. In this complaint filed by Congress leader Sanjeev Singh, Leader of Opposition in Bihar Legislative Assembly Tejashwi Yadav, Rajya Sabha member Misa Bharti, besides Bihar Congress President Madan Mohan Jha, Sadanand Singh, Rajesh Rathore were also made accused. It was alleged that these people took five crore rupees on 15 January 2019 in exchange for giving Lok Sabha a ticket from Bhagalpur but the ticket was not there.

It is alleged that he was assured of a ticket in the assembly elections but that too was not received. When Tejashwi was contacted in this matter, he threatened to kill him. In this case, Patna Chief Judicial Magistrate Vijay Kishore Singh heard the matter. After this, the order was preserved on 31 August 2021 and then on 16 September, through the SSP of Patna, the Kotwali police station has been ordered to register the case.

Regarding this incident, RJD spokesperson Chintaranjan Gagan said that efforts are being made to defame the party. He said that we have full faith in the judicial process. Congress spokesperson Rajesh Rathore has said that Sanjeev Singh, who filed the case, is not a member of the Congress party. We will answer this allegation in court.

FIR could not be registered till late at night

The FIR could not be registered against Leader of Opposition Tejashwi, Misa, Madan Mohan Jha till late on Sunday night for not giving tickets by taking five crore rupees. Kotwali police station in-charge Sunil Kumar Singh said that till now the order of the court has not been received. At the same time, SSP Upendra Sharma told that whether the order of the court has come or not, it will be seen. If there is any such order from the court, then following it in letter and spirit, the matter will be investigated by registering an FIR.