New Delhi: CBI today questioned BJP Rajya Sabha MPs Prakash Javadekar and Bhupendra Yadav in connection with a video tape in which they were allegedly seen discussing ways to weaken case against Narendra Modi's aide Amit Shah by influencing the mother of a victim of an alleged fake encounter in Gujarat.
CBI sources said Singh was quizzed early this morning, while Javadekar arrived at 1.45 PM at the agency headquarters for questioning.
“I believe in the legal processes. CBI has called me today so I have appeared here,” Javadekar told reporters.
CBI has also summoned party general secretary Ramlal who also figured in the sting operation relating to the Tulsiram Prajapati alleged fake encounter case conducted by an independent journalist.
The three leaders had refuted the charge and maintained that they are innocent.