Bharatiya Janata Party told the audio that went viral in the media, fake

Jaipur. Rejecting the audio that went viral in the media amid the ongoing political developments in Rajasthan, the BJP on Friday termed it as an attempt to defame the leaders.

BJP state president Satish Poonia said in his response to this audio tape, “What happened today has embarrassed Rajasthan's politics … that the Chief Minister's residence should become the center of fake audio and there is an attempt to violate the character of the leaders.” ''
He said that instead of worrying about his house, Congress is blaming BJP and Union ministers. According to Poonia, the state government is once again locked in the resort, which is very unfortunate.

He said, “The people of Rajasthan feel cheated because of their mutual politics.” BJP leader and Deputy Leader of the Assembly Rajendra Singh Rathore has described this audio tape as fake. Rathore tweeted, “It has been proved by the release of fake audio that the attack on privacy by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot is going on.” Simultaneously, by tapping the phones on a large scale and by abrasing them, confusion is being spread among the public, this is a very shameful act. ”

It is worth mentioning that the Congress claims about the people talking in this alleged audio, that this voice is from Congress rebel MLA Bhanwarlal Sharma, Union Minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat and BJP leader Sanjay Jain, including the alleged purchase of MLAs. Is being discussed in Sharma has dubbed this audio as fake. The Congress has demanded the dismissal of Minister Shekhawat citing this tape.

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