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Chhattisgarh Police Advise Sambit Patra to Join Investigation into Toolkit Issue | India News

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Chhattisgarh Police Advise Sambit Patra to Join Investigation into Toolkit Issue | India News

NEW DELHI: Chhattisgarh Police have sent a notice to BJP Dr Sambit Patra, national spokesperson, for allegedly spreading fake news on the “toolkit” topic.
Chhattisgarh Police have asked Patra to report to the Civil Lines Police Station in Raipur at 4 pm on May 23.
The notice was sent to former Chief Minister Raman Singh and Patra about a complaint registered in Raipur for allegedly spreading false news related to the toolkit issue.
The complaint was filed by Akash Sharma, the Head of the Chhattisgarh NSUI under the CPI. Boss Congress Investigative wing Rajeev Gowda and Rohan Gupta become co-whistleblowers after they approached the Chhattisgarh police.
In the notification sent to Patra, the Chhattisgarh police have asked her to report to the police station, either physically or by videoconference. The police warned Patra of legal action if she did not respond to the summons.
Previously, the Chhattisgarh police had sent a notice to Raman Singh asking him to remain at his residence on Monday for questioning for allegedly spreading false news related to the toolkit.
On May 18, the BJP alleged that Congress used a toolkit to smear Prime Minister Narendra. ModiImage from during the Covid pandemic. Sharing a page on her Twitter account, Patra said: “Friends check out the Congress ‘Toolkit’ for helping those in need during the pandemic. More a PR exercise with the help of “friendly” and “influential” journalists than a moving effort. Read the Congress agenda for yourself: #CongressToolKitExposed “.
Leveling the additional accusations against Congress and Rahul Gandhi, Patra tweeted: “It is disgusting to say the least. Rahul Gandhi wants to seize this pandemic opportunity to destroy Prime Minister Modi’s image. Congressional workers were instructed to call in the mutant strain as ‘Modi strain’ “. . There is no stone left unturned to mark India’s name with the help of foreign journalists. ”

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