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RSS espionage case: Bihar minister claims no letter issued regarding Sangh

News Track 2019-07-18 05:11:00

Patna: A new twist has come in the RSS spying case. The ADG of the Special Branch may have held press conferences and conceded that such a letter has been issued on behalf of the SP of the department, but the Bihar government ministers are not willing to accept it. BJP quota minister Binod Singh has rumoured the release of the letter from the police department.

The minister claimed that when the letter was not known to him, how the letter was issued. On the other hand, the RJD and the Congress have openly welcomed Bihar CM Nitish Kumar's decision to keep an eye on the RSS activities. Politics has intensified over a letter issued to monitor RSS-related organisations. At the same time, the market has heated up speculation about the break-up of the alliance. That is why some BJP leaders have started trying to save the alliance.

One of the leaders is Binod Kumar Singh, minister in the Bihar cabinet. He has described the entire letter as fake. Minister Binod Singh claims that no such letter has been issued by the police department. The minister said that if the letter had been issued, he would have been informed of it. It's only a lie spread on Facebook and WhatsApp.

 

Patna: A new twist has come in the RSS spying case. The ADG of the Special Branch may have held press conferences and conceded that such a letter has been issued on behalf of the SP of the department, but the Bihar government ministers are not willing to accept it. BJP quota minister Binod Singh has rumoured the release of the letter from the police department.


The minister claimed that when the letter was not known to him, how the letter was issued. On the other hand, the RJD and the Congress have openly welcomed Bihar CM Nitish Kumar's decision to keep an eye on the RSS activities. Politics has intensified over a letter issued to monitor RSS-related organisations. At the same time, the market has heated up speculation about the break-up of the alliance. That is why some BJP leaders have started trying to save the alliance.


One of the leaders is Binod Kumar Singh, minister in the Bihar cabinet. He has described the entire letter as fake. Minister Binod Singh claims that no such letter has been issued by the police department. The minister said that if the letter had been issued, he would have been informed of it. It's only a lie spread on Facebook and WhatsApp.