Source:- ANI News
The AAP MLA and MP, who visited the mosque during the day on Wednesday, along with newly appointed Punjab Parliamentary Speaker Navjot Singh Sidhu, were spotted on the radar of the Punjab Crime Investigation Office (CID).
The MLA parliament and the Aam Aadmi party accompanied newly appointed Punjab congressman Navjot Singh Sidhu on a one-day visit to the mosque on Wednesday, the Punjab Crime Investigation Office (CID) radar said.
A CID spokesman who witnessed the meeting at Amritsar home Sidhu on Wednesday morning said there were just 48 MPs in attendance, up from the 62 previously mentioned. This includes the three former MLAs of the AAM Aadmi party who recently joined Congress.
CID officers were stationed in civilian clothes outside the residence of Navjot Singh Sidhu. One employee introduced himself to the India Today team and said, "doing their duty”.
Several MLGs and their closest associates who accompanied Sidhu on Wednesday are now facing serious charges, sources said. Sources claim that these members have been identified in the past as being directly or indirectly involved in illegal activities such as illegal mining and alcohol trading. "Cheat" at the party. A group was formed to find a solution to a crack in the Punjab block.
One MLA is suspected of involvement in illegal mining in the Hoshiarpur area. In December 2020, the mining department sent him a notice to collect 1.65 rupees. This MLA tournament is known to have been requested by K.M. Singh, requesting the rejection and revocation of the illegal excavation report. OMS also filed a lawsuit in this regard.
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