Rajasthan crisis: BJP openly admitted to murdering democracy, now complaining about phone tapping, says Congress

“The BJP had conceded in front of the nation that they were trying to buy legislators in Rajasthan.” And now after conceding to the crime, their complaint is why were their phones tapped, ”said Congress leader Pawan Khera in a press conference.

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Mr. Khera said “We all witnessed over last week, the daylight murder of democracy in Rajasthan. BJP stands exposed. In Saturday’s press conference, the BJP openly accused murdering democracy in Rajasthan. And their complaint is when they were murdering they were being recorded.

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He further added that the SOG proceeded to Manesar last night. “For the first time in history, police of another state actively blocked Rajasthan Police and surreptitiously allowed the MLAs to escape through back door. The BJP used Manohar Lal Khattar government to thwart an ongoing investigation. ” Mr. Khera said.

He reiterated “On one hand celebrated lawyer of the BJP are trying to prove that Sachin Pilot and others are part of Congress. If you are in Congress why you are in custody of a BJP charged state. “

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