'Those making allegations are blackmailers and wolves': Trivendra Singh Rawat
'Those making allegations are blackmailers and wolves': Trivendra Singh Rawat

Dehradun: Former Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat said that the release of criminals of Uttarakhand's daughter's murder in Delhi is unfortunate. The criminals who were sentenced to death by the High Court were released. How this happened is a debatable topic and is a subject of great study for the experts of the law.

How do criminals get away like this? On the allegation of money laundering, he said that the accusers are blackmailers and wolves, who want to destabilize the state government. On Wednesday, former Chief Minister Rawat was discussing with the media at the residence of BJP leaders Deepak Agrawal and Udit Agarwal on Girital Road. He said he had nothing to do with money laundering. Efforts are on to wrap his advisor KS Panwar. Whereas there is no director of that company. The Reserve Bank has given him a clean chit in this matter 3 times. No irregularity was found even in the investigation of the state government twice and he has got a clean chit.

He said that those making allegations are anti-state and the people of the state have to recognize such people. On the recruitment scam, he said that there should be transparency in any government job so that only the eligible people stay in the right place. The backdoor placement must stop. He congratulated the people of the state on the state foundation day and said that a huge positive change has taken place in the state. The state has made a lot of progress. This development has to be carried forward. We should place the energy of the youth in the right direction. During this, Mayor Usha Chaudhary, Khilendra Chaudhary, Gunjan Sukhija, Rajesh Kumar, Ram Mehrotra, Mukesh Kumar, Deepak Bali, Gurvinder Singh Chandok, Sanjay Chaturvedi, Manju Yadav, Riti Nagar, Radheshyam Prajapati, Kamlesh Kumar etc. were present.

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