CBI questions Baghel on obscene CDs; Raman-Bhupesh allege politics on each other

Baghel later interacted with the media and demanded to know as to which phone number did the complainant Prakash Bajaj conversed on and decided thereafter to file plaint to the police

The obscene CD that went about in circulation purportedly featuring a Chhattisgarh Minister is back to heat up the Chhattisgarh polity.

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has now questioned Chhattisgarh Congress President Bhupesh Baghel in the CD and its circulation in the wider media.

Baghel later interacted with the media and demanded to know as to which phone number did the complainant Prakash Bajaj conversed on and decided thereafter to file plaint to the police.

He said that this a major question that needs to be probed by the investigating agencies.

He however assured of his continued cooperation in the probe that is being carried out by the CBI.

Bhupesh Baghel alleged that the government is misusing the central probe agency for its political ends.

He raked in the issue of Jhiram Ghati killings, of which it is going to be fifth anniversary shortly.

He took potshots at his rivals by pointing out that instead of political contest, the rivals take to ensuring Jaggi murder or Jhiram Ghati killings episode to root out opposition.

The Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh too reacted on the obscene CD probe by the CBI and said that it is part of the legal process.

He said that those who have disbursed such CDs will surely be questioned.

Dr Singh went ahead and pointed out that Congress often demands CBI probe in major incidents but now is raising questions when it has been instituted in one such case.

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