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Assam CM phrases FIR by J’khand MLA ‘pretend’; minister shares Himanta-Jaimangal pictures on Twitter

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Assam CM terms FIR by J'khand MLA 'fake'; minister shares Himanta-Jaimangal photos on Twitter

By Express News Service

GUWAHATI: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Tuesday termed the “FIR” lodged by Jharkhand Congress MLA Kumar Jaimangal Singh as “fake”.

“Fake FIR in #Jharkhand. The so-called FIR looks like @INCIndia asking Ottavio Quattrocchi to file a case against Bofors,” he tweeted, reacting to his ministerial colleague Pijush Hazarika’s remark.

Taking to Twitter, Hazarika shared some pictures, displaying Sarma and Singh collectively, purportedly in Delhi. The pictures recommend the 2 are not any strangers to one another.

“Sharing some FACTS about the baseless allegations by Jharkhand @INCIndia MLA @KumarJaimangal. Jharkhand Cong MLA @KumarJaimangal made a fake allegation that the 3 arrested MLAs had lured him to meet Hon’ble CM Dr.@himantabiswa sir,” he wrote on the microblogging web site.

He claimed Sarma had taken Singh to the residence of Union Coal Minister Prahlad Joshi on July 26 at 9 am – 5 days earlier than the Jharkhand MLA had filed the “fabricated FIR” with the police – in an effort to assist him in his commerce union-related matter.

Hazarika claimed Singh had been commonly assembly the Assam CM.

“He should face the law for making a fraudulent allegation against Hon’ble Chief Minister of Assam and against those tribal MLAs,” Hazarika tweeted.

In his grievance, Singh had claimed the three Jharkhand Congress MLAs arrested in West Bengal had requested him to affix them and meet Sarma collectively in Guwahati. He had alleged the trio lured him with money and ministerial berth and sought his assist to drag down the JMM-Congress authorities in Jharkhand.

After his title bought entangled within the Jharkhand politics, the Assam CM had on Sunday stated he had no thought why Singh needed to file the police grievance.

“The Congress MLAs and leaders meet me in Guwahati and Delhi. What is wrong in that? Congress is my old party,” he had stated, including, “I have known the person, who lodged the FIR, for 20 years. So, he doesn’t need a middleman to come to me.”

GUWAHATI: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Tuesday termed the “FIR” lodged by Jharkhand Congress MLA Kumar Jaimangal Singh as “fake”.

“Fake FIR in #Jharkhand. The so-called FIR looks like @INCIndia asking Ottavio Quattrocchi to file a case against Bofors,” he tweeted, reacting to his ministerial colleague Pijush Hazarika’s remark.

Taking to Twitter, Hazarika shared some pictures, displaying Sarma and Singh collectively, purportedly in Delhi. The pictures recommend the 2 are not any strangers to one another.

“Sharing some FACTS about the baseless allegations by Jharkhand @INCIndia MLA @KumarJaimangal. Jharkhand Cong MLA @KumarJaimangal made a fake allegation that the 3 arrested MLAs had lured him to meet Hon’ble CM Dr.@himantabiswa sir,” he wrote on the microblogging web site.

He claimed Sarma had taken Singh to the residence of Union Coal Minister Prahlad Joshi on July 26 at 9 am – 5 days earlier than the Jharkhand MLA had filed the “fabricated FIR” with the police – in an effort to assist him in his commerce union-related matter.

Hazarika claimed Singh had been commonly assembly the Assam CM.

“He should face the law for making a fraudulent allegation against Hon’ble Chief Minister of Assam and against those tribal MLAs,” Hazarika tweeted.

In his grievance, Singh had claimed the three Jharkhand Congress MLAs arrested in West Bengal had requested him to affix them and meet Sarma collectively in Guwahati. He had alleged the trio lured him with money and ministerial berth and sought his assist to drag down the JMM-Congress authorities in Jharkhand.

After his title bought entangled within the Jharkhand politics, the Assam CM had on Sunday stated he had no thought why Singh needed to file the police grievance.

“The Congress MLAs and leaders meet me in Guwahati and Delhi. What is wrong in that? Congress is my old party,” he had stated, including, “I have known the person, who lodged the FIR, for 20 years. So, he doesn’t need a middleman to come to me.”