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Gujarat: Rs 75 lakhs seized, Congress chief BM Sandeep seen working away from police

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Gujarat: Rs 75 lakhs seized, Congress leader BM Sandeep seen running away from police

Ahead of the Gujarat Assembly Elections, the hunt for the secretary of the Indian National Congress social gathering has intensified after the Police and the Election Commission’s workforce found Rs. 75 lakh money from a automotive parked at Rangrej Tower close to Jadakhadi Mohalla in Mahidhar Pura space of Surat City.

According to studies, Congress chief BM Sandeep had rushed to the Angadiya (courier) agency headquarters within the automotive to gather Rs. 75 lakh in money. However, he fled from the spot after the Static Surveillance workforce (SST) intercepted the automotive with three occupants.

The CCTV footage displaying BM Sandeep working on the streets appeared on social media on Thursday whereas the native police and the Income Tax company started an investigation into the case. As per the Twitter bio of BM Sandeep, he’s from Chikmagalur and is the Congress social gathering’s Secretary and in addition in command of the Gujarat Congress. He was the AICC secretary of the Congress social gathering’s Maharashtra part and the previous nationwide convener of the RGPS Karnataka.

सूरत – 75 लाख छोड़ कर भागे, कांग्रेस के राष्ट्रीय सचिव बीएम संदीप सूरत के महीधरपुर इलाक़े से आँगडिया से 75 लाख रुपये लेने पहुँचे थे, पुलिस देख कर भागे लेकिन सीसीटीवी में तस्वीरें क़ैद हो गई, मामले की जाँच में स्थानीय पुलिस, इनकम टैक्स और ईडी जुटी है.#GujratElection2022 pic.twitter.com/4edyDyKH5G

— Vikas Bhadauria (@vikasbha) November 24, 2022

The Election Commission’s Static workforce was doing regular checks within the Mahidharpura area when Rs. 74.80 lakh money was seized from an Innova automobile registered underneath identify ‘Vinayak Travels’. While the motive force and one other younger particular person have been detained, the opposite particular person current on the scene managed to flee. The automobile had Maharashtra RTO approval. Officials additionally stated they discovered leaflets of Congress chief Rahul Gandhi’s Surat rally from the automobile beside a VIP automotive cross bearing the identify of BM Sandeep. The money retrieved from the automotive was tallied and verified by cops.

The inspection started at about 11.30 pm when the automotive MH 04 ES 9907 arrived. The police detained the motive force and two extra folks, however certainly one of them acquired away and fled the scene. One of the detained kids was recognized as Uday Gurjar from Delhi, whereas the opposite has been recognized as Muhammad Faiz from Surat. The one who fled the scene later was recognized as Congress chief BM Sandeep from Karnataka.

BM Sandeep, National Secretary of Congress, had come to gather 75 lakhs from Angadiya however ran away after seeing the police. This occurred in Mahidharpur space of ​​Surat however visuals of his cowardice acquired captured on CCTV cameras.

He didn’t observe Rahul Gandhi’s “Daro Mat” mantra. pic.twitter.com/PIMJKj6gLV

— Amit Malviya (@amitmalviya) November 24, 2022

During interrogation, the motive force informed police that the vacation spot of the journey was Shri Ram Angadiya Pedhi within the Mahidharpura area, from the place cash was to be acquired and transferred to the person whose identify and site have been to be transmitted over the cellphone but.

Meanwhile, Surat Congress chief Naishadh Desai has denounced any hyperlink between the Congress social gathering and the cash recovered. According to the Congress web site, BM Sandeep Kumar is the Congress social gathering’s Secretary in command of Gujarat, Dadra & Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu. However, Naishadh Desai branded this as a “conspiracy” and acknowledged that nothing is apparent from the video, neither the situation nor the face of the particular person working on the road. 

Gujarat which has 182 meeting constituencies will go for polling in two phases on December 1 and 5. The counting of votes will happen on December 8, which coincides with Himachal Pradesh’s end result date.