Gehlot government withdraws case file against media manager and journalist of Sachin Pilot

Jaipur: Ashok Gehlot government of Rajasthan has withdrawn its case filed against media manager and journalist of former deputy CM Sachin Pilot. Jaipur Police had registered a case on behalf of the cyber police station two months after the political crisis in Rajasthan. In which it was said that during the stay of the Gehlot faction MLAs in the hotel in Jaisalmer, the news of telephone tapping was printed, which was wrong and it was printed under the conspiracy.

Lokendra Singh went to the Rajasthan High Court against this, where the Rajasthan High Court sought answers from the state government on how to file a case against journalists. Before this, Jaipur Police has presented the final report on this entire matter in the court. While giving information, the police officer of MLA Puri police station, Om Prakash Machwa, has told that an FIR has been completed after completing the investigation in this case.

The investigation report of the case has found that no facts are made in the case. During the investigation of the case, it has been found to be a case filed in a misunderstanding. Apart from Lokendra Singh, a case was also filed against Sharat Kumar, the Rajasthan editor of Aajtak. Jaipur Police has submitted its report in the court to return the case.

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