Members of Janjati Morcha
of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) has staged demonstration and expressed stern objection over the recent arrest of ex-MP Mahaveer Singh Bhagora
who belongs to Salumbar constituency and ex-MP Faggan Singh Kureste from Mandla in Madhya Pradesh in the boiling note-for-vote incident.
Today in front of collectorate office, party members produced a memorandum in the name of the President of India and demanded thorough investigation in the case and asked to disclose the real culprit behind the whole episode which had shaken the corruption stricken country. The memorandum which is duly signed by various party workers expresses protest regarding arrest of both the MPs by Delhi Police and Central Bureau of Investigation on September 6, 2011. The letter says, “Mahavir Singh Bhagora is one who whistled the alleged corruption going inside political circuit and showed the real face of UPA government who asked them to vote in favor in lieu of crores of rupees.” Bhagora is one of the MP who openly displayed Rs. 1 crore cash on 22 July 2008 in the parliament, blaming the UPA government to bribe him to vote in favor. Mahaveer Bhagora was MLA from Gogunda before serving as a minister in the state of Rajasthan. He gave his best services during all this time and kept the pristine quality, as the letter says. “He is a heart patient and had undergone bypass surgery in the past. Keeping his serious physical condition under consideration we demanded his bail,” say Bhagora’s supporters. BJP’s Janjati Morcha plans for more protest movements till government don’t take any action against the real culprit. Bhagora is in Tihar Jail right now with other politicians including Samajvadi Party’s honcho Amar Singh.