CBI team came out of CM Gehlot’s brother’s house, workers demonstrated in front of vehicles

Jodhpur News: CBI raided the house and shop of Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot’s brother on Friday morning. After 12 hours of interrogation and investigation, Agrasen Gehlot, who reached the CBI guest house at 12 o’clock in the night, is accused of buying potash farmers on subsidy from the government in the name of cutting to make fertilizers between 2007 and 2009 and selling them to private companies. Earned Profits.

Inquiry lasted for 12 hours
CBI questioned Agrasen Gehlot at home for more than 12 hours. Youth Congress workers demonstrated fiercely in front of the vehicles of the CBI team that came out after interrogation, shouting slogans. style="text-align: justify;">CBI action on Agrasen Gehlot
The matter is also under investigation in the Enforcement Directorate AD, the Customs department has taken about 5.46 crores on Agrasen Gehlot’s company. Penalty was imposed. On the appeal of Agrasen, the High Court had stayed the arrest of Agrasen Gehlot in the case related to ED, in this case the CBI has started investigation.

According to CBI, banned potash was exported as salt. During 2007 to 2009, a conspiracy was hatched by the Central Board of Excise and Customs and M/s Indian Potash Limited etc. along with the officials among others. A total of 24003 MT Murate was procured and exported through this fraud.

These are also allegations
Potash was exported under the guise of salt-feldspar powder. This resulted in loss of subsidy of Rs 52.8 crore to the government. On Friday, searches were conducted by the CBI at 15 places including Rajasthan, Gujarat and West Bengal.

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