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CBI probe: Anandpal ‘ball’ to fall in whose court?

DNJAI84101 | 1/4/2018 | Author : Kartikey Dev Singh | WC :294

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Jaipur: The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is set to initiate an investigation into the Anandpal Singh encounter. The investigation might have been demanded by the supporters of Anandpal but as elections are approaching, it is all about moving wisely on the political chessboard.
It has become a billion-dollar question in the political corridors that will the investigation initiated by CBI play a major role in strengthening the government’s image or will it be a total blunder.
When Anandpal Singh was gunned down, Rajput bodies across the state pledged to not to vote for the BJP in the upcoming elections.
 While outfits like Karni Sena demanded a CBI probe in the matter, it was rightly sai
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