New Delhi: The Congress demanded an independent CBI probe into the allegations of corruption filed in the Supreme Court by a DIG of CBI and on Monday said that they have raised questions about the functioning of the Prime Minister's Office and the Modi Government. The party also said that it will raise this issue in Parliament.
Congress spokesman Randeep Surjewala alleged that DIG Manoj Kumar Sinha in his affidavit filed a case against Union Minister Haribhai Parthibhai Chaudhary, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval and Central Vigilance Commissioner KV Chaudhary for alleged attempts to interrogate Rakesh Asthana against CBI Special Director Rakesh Asthana. Have names for When KV Choudhary asked for a response, he did not say anything. Doval was not available for comment. An official of the minister's office said that he was not aware of the matter.
Surjevala questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the slogan 'Do not eat, will not eat' will change now, 'I will save all the eaters, I will see the blindness'. He asked, "Who are helping corrupt persons? Are people helping the corrupt people sitting in the Prime Minister's Office?
The CBI became more subdued on Monday, when Senior Officer MK Sinha dragged the Doval, Union Minister Chaudhary and CVC Chaudhary to the alleged attempt of intervening in the investigation against Asthana.