FIR has been registered against BJP National vice-president Raman Singh and party’s spokesperson Sambit Patra. 

The FIR against the two top BJP leaders in the Country has been registered at the Raipur Civil Lines Police Station in Chhattisgarh. 

The FIR has been registered against BJP’s National Vice President Raman Singh and party spokesperson Sambit Patra for allegedly ‘forging’ the letterhead of AICC Research Department and printing “false and fabricated” content. 

Both the leaders have been summoned by the Raipur Civil Lines Police for further investigation. 

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“Today, we have asked Sambit Patra to be present here in person or via video conference. The complaint was registered by Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress NSUI president,” Raipur Civil Lines Police SHO RK Mishra said. 

Meanwhile, The Congress has also filed a complaint with Delhi Police against BJP national president JP Nadda, Union Minister Smriti Irani, Sambit Patra, and BJP’s national general secretary BL Santhosh. 

The BJP had linked the Congress to an alleged toolkit to “tarnish the image” of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, with some screenshots as “evidence”. 

On Tuesday, BJP leader Sambit Patra shared two screenshots to connect the alleged toolkit to Congress MP Rajeev Gowda’s office.  

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The Congress responded by stating the toolkit as fake.  

A case for “spreading fake news” and “promoting enmity between classes” was filed at Civil Lines police station.  


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