Gujarat Man Arrested In Maharashtra Cash-For-Minister’s Submit Case


Neeraj Singh Rathod was arrested from Ahmedabad. (representational)


Nagpur police has arrested a person from Ahmedabad for allegedly demanding cash from at the very least 4 MLAs in Maharashtra for minister’s posts within the Eknath Shinde-led state authorities.

Neeraj Singh Rathod, a resident of Morbi, Ahmedabad district, allegedly claimed to be a private assistant of BJP president JP Nadda, an official stated in Nagpur on Tuesday.

Moreover calling 4 Maharashtra MLAs, he had allegedly additionally referred to as an MLA in Nagaland and one other in Goa, the official stated.

Vikas Kumbhare, BJP MLA from the Central Nagpur constituency, filed a criticism after Rathod allegedly contacted him.

Mr Kumbhare didn’t pay any cash to Rathod, however another MLAs apparently shelled out cash, the official stated.

An offence of dishonest below Indian Penal Code part 420 was registered at Tehsil police station and a staff of metropolis police arrested the accused from Morbi.

Additional probe was on, the official stated.

Notably, following the Supreme Courtroom’s ruling on points associated to the June 2022 break up within the Shiv Sena, which gave a reprieve to the Shinde authorities, there was a buzz {that a} cupboard enlargement may occur quickly.

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