Congress suspends 3 Jharkhand MLAs detained with ‘huge amounts of cash’


The Congress get together has suspended the three Jharkhand MLAs who had been detained by the West Bengal police on Saturday with big quantities of money.

Irfan Ansari, MLA from Jamtara, Rajesh Kachhap, MLA from Khijri, and Naman Bixal, MLA from Kolebira, had been intercepted on NH-16, in Ranihati space of Howrah district, following a tip-off, Superintendent of Police, Howrah (Rural), Swati Bhangalia. The SUV, wherein the trio was travelling had a nameplate saying “MLA Jamtara Jharkhand” and was carrying “huge amounts of cash”, Bhangalia stated.

At a press convention on Sunday, Congress spokesman Pawan Khera claimed that the central authorities and Narendra Modi’s ruling get together are immediately accountable for the declining spirit of democracy. “In states where the BJP can’t come to power through elections, you have several examples of the kind of tactics the party uses, the money it spends and misuses agencies in such states,” Khera claimed. He alleged that the BJP is conspiring to destabilise the Jharkhand authorities.

Jharkhand in-charge Avinash Pande stated throughout the press convention that Congress president Sonia Gandhi has suspended the three MLAs with instant impact.

The police on Saturday said that the MLAs had been being questioned in regards to the supply of the cash and the place it was being taken.

Hitting out a the BJP, Congress leaders known as it ‘Operation Lotus’, a euphemism for alleged poaching of MLAs by the BJP. “The BJP’s ‘Operation Lotus’ in Jharkhand stands exposed tonight in Howrah. The game plan of ‘Hum Do’ in Delhi is to do in Jharkhand what they did in Maharashtra by installing E-D duo,” Jairam Ramesh, Congress common secretary in command of communication, tweeted.





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