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rajasthan phone tapping case, rajasthan mlas phone tapping fir, sachin pilot mlas phone tapping, sachin pilot media manager, fir against journalist phone tapping rajasthan, Sharat Kumar aaj tak firExtinct Rajasthan deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot.

The Rajasthan Police has lodged an FIR against worn deputy chief minister Sachin Pilot’s media manager Lokendra Singh and Aaj Tak’s Jaipur-basically based mostly Editor Sharat Kumar, two months after the Congress leader’s camp accused the Ashok Gehlot-led government of tapping phones of about a of their MLAs.

The FIR turned into lodged at Jaipur’s Vidhayak Puri police operate under Sections 505 (1) (whoever makes, publishes or circulates any assertion, rumour or file), 505 (2) (statements developing or promoting enmity, hatred or sick-will between classes), 120 B (prison conspiracy) of the Indian Penal Code and part 76 of the IT Act, where “any computer, computer machine, floppies, compact disks, tape drives or any assorted accessories linked thereto, in respect of which any provision of this Act, rules, orders or laws made thereunder has been or is being contravened, shall be liable to confiscation.”

Police own also summoned Singh for questioning on Thursday, and own requested him to relate his cell, computer or computer in which he allegedly disseminated the talked about knowledge. The investigating officer in the case is Vidhayak Puri SHO Om Prakash Matwa.

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Reacting to the summon, Kumar talked about: “All news channels ran the narrative from morning till evening. Why is one channel being singled out?”

On August 7, the Pilot camp had accused Gehlot of tapping the phones of about a of the legislators who were staying at Hotel Suryagarh in Jaisalmer — with the involvement of some officers from the mutter police. The police department, alternatively, denied the allegations and claimed that folks were spreading unsuitable knowledge.

The camp also claimed that the calls of no longer lower than six MLAs in Jaisalmer were being recorded “unconstitutionally” by the mutter government.

They also shared a sage purportedly exhibiting a list of calls made to loads of Gehlot camp leaders, including Cupboard minister Shanti Kumar Dhariwal, Rajakhera MLA Rohit Bohra, Kaman MLA Zahida Khan, Banswara MLA Arjun Singh Bamniya, Dantaramgarh MLA Virendra Singh and Independent MLA from Behror Baljeet Yadav.

The assertion by the Pilot camp had also claimed that “four jammers own also been installed at Suryagarh resort by Ajaib Electronics and there could be appropriate one plot in the full resort from where calls could well doubtless furthermore be made.”

Within the wake of the allegations, the police “clarified” that “no unit of Rajasthan Police is taking under consideration tapping (phones) of any MLA or MP and nor turned into it performed earlier”.

“Even the allegation of recording intercom conversations is fake and fictitious. Rajasthan police continuously works to discontinue prison acts and unlawful cellphone tapping is a prison act,” it had talked about, asking of us no longer to listen to to any “prankish parts who are spreading rumours due to sick-will and for selfish reasons.” It also termed the spreading of “faux knowledge” as “unlawful.”

S D Soni, who runs Ajaib Electronics, had earlier informed The Indian Explicit that he had “no recordsdata” of such an set up. “I don’t even know any Suryagarh, kahaan ki baat kar rahe hain aap (what are you talking about)? I don’t know anything else,” Soni talked about.

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