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Chautala Jr demands judicial probe into Fauji episode
Sangeeta | 19 Apr 2012

Describing the mysterious incident happened with Haryana Chief Parliamentary Secretary (CPS) Ram Kishan Fouji as 'serious' and 'alarming', Ajay Chautala, general secretary of Indian National Lokdal (INLD) and MLA from Dabwali, has demanded the judicial probe into the episode so that reality behind the incident could be made public.

Describing the mysterious incident happened with Haryana Chief Parliamentary Secretary (CPS) Ram Kishan Fouji as ‘serious’ and ‘alarming’, Ajay Chautala, general secretary of Indian National Lokdal (INLD) and MLA from Dabwali, has demanded the judicial probe into the episode so that reality behind the incident could be made public.

Chautala was addressing a news conference at office of the INLD district president Satish Nandal in Rohtak. He said the government should lift the curtain over the suspense surrounding the Fauji episode by getting the matter investigated from any judicial magistrate.

“Being an MLA, Ram Kishan Fauji is a public representative hence the public has right to know that what happened with its leaders and is there any foul play in the case,” said he, adding that it is a matter of great concern if Fauji has intentionally consumed poisonous substance.  

In reply to a question, Ajay Chautala termed CBI as 'Congress Bureau of Investigation' and said the congress party was misusing the CBI for getting investigation of it political opponents done.

“The CBI has lost its faith among the public owing to several false cases registered by it  against innocent political leaders under the influence of Congress led union government,” said the MLA, adding that vendetta politics of Congress govt had been exposed. 

He said the Congress-led UPA government at the Centre had failed to check inflation which had made life difficult for every strata of society. He said the oil prices had been raised 11 times since June, 2010.

Referring to the law and order situation in the state, Ajay Chautala said serious crimes, including rape, murder and kidnapping, had been showing an upward trend for the past several months. He said government agencies were not procuring bajra and paddy. There was a shortage of fertilisers all over the state.

Lambasting the Congress government for adopting alleged ‘anti-public’ policies, he said entire state had plunged into heavy loans and it was to pay Rs 26 thousand per person as a loan at present.

(EoM)