Bikram Singh Majithia on STF report in drug trade case allegation.
In a press conference on Saturday, former Punjab Minister Bikram Singh Majithia replies to the allegations by Navjot Singh Sidhu and said, the “fake report” is not by STF but by Navjot Sidhu’s team.
What is being said by Sidhu the same is based on old, discarded, junked and procured statements which have been part of court proceedings that have been rejected, Bikram Majithia said.
‘Today we can safely say, with authority that the “cooked up fabricated report” was prepared by non other than Sidhu and sons. “Mr and Mrs Sidhu- alias- Bunty and Bubbly” have committed the gravest of criminal contempt of court by breaking the seals of a report ordered to be sealed by the honorable Punjab and Haryana Court’ , Majithia said.
‘Did they just disclose a report prepared in their kitchen? Was it bunty and bubbly’s desperation that had a role to play? It is to be taken into notice that the “coincidence” between Kejriwal’s apology and Sidhu’s “report “is questionable? 1000s of reports go to the honorable courts, how has another report never being “leaked” and why this?, and specifically at the time when Kejriwal apologies?, he questioned.
‘Which version is this? the pre submission or post submission?’
They leaked it at the same time to dilute the impact of the apology of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, he added.
They have some serious questions to answer to the Court, the people of Punjab and to the media. Tell the court who prepared the report, “the real author” that is Navjot Singh Sidhu, he also said.
Navjot has mocked democracy with his malafide intention by playing such games and I will expose him along with the officers involved in the fake report, Bikram Majithia said.
Punjab Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu on Friday said that the Special Task Force (STF) had found evidence against former Punjab minister Bikram Singh Majithia in the drug trade.
Addressing media at his residence here, Sidhu on Friday said the Punjab government cannot ignore STF report which pointed out role of Majithia in the drug trade.
“STF has clearly said that there is substantial evidence of the role of Bikram Singh Majithia (in drug trade) which needs to be probed. Punjab Govt can’t ignore these facts,” Sidhu said.
Sidhu’s statement came after Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday apologised to former Punjab minister Bikram Singh Majithia for alleging that he was involved in the ‘drug trade’.