Chhattisgarh: Chhattisgarh CM Baghel will now be operated by remote from Dubai: Union minister Smriti Irani | India News

KONDAGAON: Union minister Smriti Irani has alleged that Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel will now be operated by a distant management from Dubai, apparently hinting at his alleged reference to the UAE-based promoters of ‘Mahadev’ betting app. Addressing a rally in Kondagaon meeting constituency of the poll-bound state on Sunday, she mentioned the Congress has cheated the ladies of Chhattisgarh by not fulfilling its promise of banning liquor.
“I’m stunned. I didn’t know that for the sake of securing energy, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel will now be operated by the distant management of Dubai. Until now it was mentioned that the distant was from Italy, however now it has come to gentle {that a} distant can be mendacity in Dubai… A cellphone rings, the person runs quick and is caught with crores of rupees,” she mentioned.
She was referring to a person lately arrested by the Enforcement Directorate together with money in reference to the company’s probe into the alleged Mahadev betting app rip-off.The ED had on Friday claimed {that a} forensic evaluation and an announcement made by a ‘money courier’ had led to “startling allegations” that Mahadev betting app promoters paid about Rs 508 crore to the Chhattisgarh chief minister up to now, and that “these are subject material of investigation”.
In response to ED, the alleged agent, Asim Das (38), was arrested by the company in Raipur after it recovered Rs 5.39 crore money from him.

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Irani mentioned the Congress authorities has cheated not solely the ladies of Kondagaon however of all the Chhattisgarh.
“Congress (in 2018) had promised girls by going door-to-door that they’d make the state drug-free and fully ban liquor. Congress got here to energy by making false guarantees to the harmless girls of the state… As an alternative of banning liquor, the Congress leaders looted Rs 2,000 crore by committing liquor rip-off and stuffed their coffers,” she mentioned.
Kondgaon is amongst 20 meeting segments which can go to polls on November 7 within the first section of the two-phased elections to the 90-member meeting. Campaigning for the primary section of polls ended on Sunday night.

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