Raipur: The Congress in Chhattisgarh has released a CD that alleges that state Chief Minister Raman Singh took Rs 1 crore as bribe from a co-operative bank manager to bail him out in a corruption case.
Rs 24 crore were allegedly siphoned by manipulating the bank's accounts.
The CD allegedly has details of the manager's narco-analysis test in which he claims to have bribed Singh, four ministers of his cabinet and a former DGP.
The CD allegedly has details of the manager's narco-analysis test in which he claims to have bribed Raman Singh.
The Congress has demanded Singh's resignation. But the Chief Minister has dismissed the CD as fabricated. His party, the BJP, has refused to react to the controversy saying the bank's corruption case is in court.
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