ED summons Rajasthan CM’s son, raids Congress chief and MLA

Allegations of Political Motivation Surface as Prominent Figures Face Scrutiny

Sources have revealed that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) is conducting raids on the premises of Rajasthan Congress president Govind Singh Dotasra and Independent MLA Om Prakash Hudla on Thursday. The ED has also summoned Vaibhav Gehlot, the son of Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, for questioning in a FEMA case.

According to PTI, Vaibhav has to appear before the ED on October 27 in Jaipur. The ED has not issued any official statement about the raids or the summons. However, it is believed that they are related to the paper leaks.
This is the first time that Dotasra has faced ED raids. He and Hudla are contesting again from their seats of Laxmangarh in Sikar and Mahwa in Dausa, respectively, in the upcoming state Assembly elections.

On the other hand, Ashok Gehlot has posted on X that the ED’s actions are politically motivated. He has claimed that the BJP is behind the ED’s moves, as they do not want the women, farmers and poor in Rajasthan to benefit from the guarantees given by his government. He had also said that he had announced these guarantees just a day before the ED summoned his son and raided Dotasra and Hudla.

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