CBI targets Bihar’s deputy C.M Tejashwi Yadav! All you need to know.
Bihar News: The CBI is monitoring Tejashwi Yadav, the deputy chief minister of Bihar, and action may be taken against him shortly. This information was released while citing CBI-related sources. In reality, the CBI is exploring legal action against Tejashwi Yadav in the same case because of the threats he made against CBI investigators in the Land for Jobs case.
How did the CBI arise against Tejashwi Yadav ?
The CBI reported the incident in May. Rupesh Kumar, the case’s investigation officer, was involved in a car accident once in the month of July. He was involved in a truck accident when he was travelling on leave to Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh. A probe into this subject is possible if there is no conspiracy involved.
Later, Tejashwi also claimed that the case’s IO had been elevated to DSP. According to the CBI, this was a typical promotion procedure. Overall, the CBI is thinking of suing Tejashwi for intimidating CBI personnel.
CBI searches occurred in Bihar before the floor test.
Notably, 200 property documents were found earlier on Wednesday during raids performed in Bihar before the floor test. The papers found are currently the subject of an investigation. The number of cases is increasing. The CBI is reportedly attempting to determine who signed these 200 cell phone documents in the Lalu family and their relatives’ identities. Was anyone in the family given a D-group post on the railways in exchange for the property? If so, when and in whose name was the land given in the gift deed?
The CBI recovered a large sum of money during raids.
The owners of the land and any relatives who received jobs in return for the properties were already declared defendants in the CBI FIR. This happened during the probe of seven land transactions that came to light. The CBI has recovered a significant amount of money during this operation. Additionally, a significant amount of jewellery has also been found in many locations. The accused are being asked for the receipts for the jewellery they have found.