3 arrested Jharkhand Congress legislators met Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma in Guwahati: Report

3 arrested Jharkhand Congress legislators met Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma in Guwahati: Report

Guwahati: The three Jharkhand Congress MLAs, who had been allegedly caught with round Rs 50 lakhs in Bengal’s Howrah, reportedly met Assam Chief Minister Himnata Biswa Sarma in Guwahati, Times Now reported.

Instances Now’s Tamal Saha quoted CID sources saying the three arrested Congress MLAs from Jharkhand reportedly met Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma in Guwahati and had been paid Rs 50 lakhs by a neighborhood businessman in Kolkata.

West Bengal Police on July 30 arrested three Congress legislators–Irfan Ansari, Rajesh Kachchap and Naman Bixal Kongari in Howrah once they had been travelling in a automobile with round Rs 50 lakh in money.

The Congress get together later suspended the trio, who are actually within the custody of CID of Bengal police.

Following their arrest, Congress normal secretary and Jharkhand in-charge Avinash Pande accused the BJP of attempting to topple the JMM-Congress authorities in Jharkhand.

“Efforts are being made for the final two years to destabilize the federal government in Jharkhand and every so often, legislators are being contacted, threatened and enticed,” the Congress chief alleged.

Curiously, Pande additionally alleged {that a} chief minister is contacting Jharkhand MLAs in an try and topple the federal government

“In these efforts, the chief minister of a state is concerned, who’s contacting MLAs instantly, and Union ministers are threatening MLAs,” he alleged.

Earlier, Kumar Jaimangal Singh, a Congress MLA from Bermo in Jharkhand alleged that his colleagues arrested in Bengal had requested him to fulfill chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma in Guwahati together with them.

Singh, who filed a criticism at Argora police station in Ranchi towards the three MLAs and CM Sarma alleged that he was speculated to be promised a ministerial berth and money price crores after bringing down the JMM-Congress authorities within the tribal-dominated state.

In his criticism, Singh alleged he was requested by the arrested Congress MLAs to come back to Kolkata and go away for Guwahati collectively.