CBI registers two FIRs into the alleged sex CD case


Finally, CBI has registered an FIR into the sensational Sex CD case against the journalist Vinod Verma and the former state minister, Bhupesh Baghel in New Delhi. First, the FIRs were registered at Pandri and Civil Lines police stations. It was followed by filing of FIRs into the case by CBI in New Delhi.

A team of CBI landed in Raipur on the following day of registration of two FIRs into the case in New Delhi.  Two DSPs-Richhpal Singh and SS Rawat- and one inspector rank officials from CBI arrived in Raipur from New Delhi to investigate into the case. The CBI officials interacted w of SIT in Raipur, Ajat Shatru, Vijay Agarwal (SSP, city) and investigating officer, Sanjay Singh. The CBI sleuths also met SSP Dr Sanjeev Shukla and Raipur IG, Rajeev Gupta. CBI is likely to be handed over the case diary by Thursday. First FIR was registered in the Pandri police station. It was followed by the arrest of Vinod Verma by the Raipur Police from his house in New Delhi.

The first such FIR was registered by one Prakash Bajaj with Pandri police station in which he had alleged that effort for blackmailing was being made in the bane of sex CD production.  When a police team enquired from a CD shop in Raipur then it was informed that the CD had been prepared at the centre by the order of Vinod Verma.

Second FIR has been registered on the issue of distribution of those CDs during a press conference which was held by the state Congress Party chief, Baghel in past.  It was done on the filing of a complaint by the state minister Rajesh Moonat into the matter.



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