Controversial BJP Mahila chief eyeing on Board slot; lures Kavinder, other newly inducted ministers

JAMMU: In a crude type of quid professional quo, BJP Mahila Morcha President Sharma on Wednesday hosted a luxurious felicitation operate for Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta and different newly inducted BJP ministers, with an avowed goal of luring him to return the favour by accommodating her as Chairperson or Vice Chairperson of a Board, carrying standing of Minister of State.
The deal was virtually struck however for the final minute recommendation by aides to Deputy Chief Minister to not tread this harmful path by falling into the lure, which might land him in a good spot. However the aspirant Mahila Morcha President can be unrelenting, in keeping with sources, who say that she is using a number of stress to get the slot in a Board or Company as early as potential.
Whilst Deputy Chief Minister Kavinder Gupta was struggling to douse the fireplace ignited by his controversial assertion of describing Kathua rape and homicide case a ‘minor difficulty’, the Mahila chief dropped in, prolonged invitation to felicitate all of them and had a photograph session too.
Sources informed JKPAGES.COM that the felicitation was simply an excuse. Nevertheless, Kavinder Gupta is treading with warning on the problem, as accommodating a controversial individual is fraught with hazard of getting maligned, which might ultimately ship a unsuitable message. The BJP is already on marshy wickets in its core area of Jammu over non-performance of the previous 4 years and making compromises for remaining glued to energy.
“At this important juncture, the BJP can not afford one more controversy”, the sources added.
The identify of Purnima Sharma had surfaced within the alleged Stamp Papers Rip-off. She has been contemptuously ignoring the police and never cooperating in investigations. She has reportedly refused to current herself within the involved police station regardless of repeated calls to match the writings by the FSL specialists.
“Police is doing its job and I’ll obey my celebration’s instructions. I’ll go to the police station, if my celebration asks me to take action.” Purnima had retorted again to a reporter throughout her newest press briefing within the winter capital.
Purnima Sharma figured within the pretend Stamp Papers Rip-off after two youth have been arrested by Pacca Danga Police Station. Purnima was summoned for handwriting take a look at however she stored on pressurising the police to skip her identify from the investigations.
Within the notorious case, the 2 accused are presently on bail. They have been booked underneath FIR 135/14 registered in Pacca Danga Police Station on September 12, 2014 underneath sections 419, 420, 465, 468 and 473 RPC. The stamp papers rip-off is nearly confirmed as greater than 300 duly signed, stamped and attested stamp papers by a Notary had been seized from a stamp vendor, who insiders declare was not supposed to sit down at Mubarak Mandi space as per the positioning permitted to him. Attestation of clean stamp papers by a Notary will not be solely dishonest of harmless individuals however a severe offence of deceptive judiciary, in keeping with authorized specialists.
Police says that the primary accused arrested from the spot throughout police raid recognized as Ajit Kumar had named Purnima Sharma as his co-accused. Purnima Sharma, who was additionally holding a Notary licence, had signed clean stamp papers on the market. To testify Purnima’s signature, she was summoned to police station however she remains to be avoiding to face investigations and pressurising police to get her identify deleted.
Within the backdrop of the stamp papers rip-off underneath investigation with Pacca Danga Police Station, the STATE TIMES is in possession of a stamp paper duly signed and attested by Purnima Sharma with out deponent’s signatures which additional confirms that the rip-off remains to be occurring unabated.

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