Bribe case fabricated says Virbhadra
Reacting to the Delhi court remark on his case, Himachal Pradesh chief minister Virbhadra Singh on Wednesday said that has said that he has full faith in the judiciary and the investigating agencies and the false and fabricated cases made against him would fall flat as before.
“Tthe PIL filed by Prashant Bhushan was listed today in Hon’ble Delhi High Court and in today’s deliberations, Hon’ble Court has not made any adverse order or comment against me and P.K.Dhumal was misleading the people by commenting on the court proceedings,” Virbhadra Singh said.
Singh said that as per his information Hon’ble Court has asked the CBI and Income Tax Authorities to file status report in the Court in one week.
Virbhadra Singh said that ever since assembly elections were announced in the State in 2012 and he was asked to lead the election campaign by the Congress High Command, Prem Kumar Dhumal, his sons and associates have been personally targeting me with an ulterior political motive, firstly with an objective of stopping the Congress from
forming the Government and thereafter to destabilise the Congress Government.
“Dhumal and family have a one point programme of personally attacking me as they find me to be a biggest obstacle in their political ambition of usurping power in the State. In the recent convention of State BJP at Solan, the sole agenda was passing a resolution against me and to target me,” Virbhadra said.
Virbhadra Singh said that during the parliamentary elections, Prem Kumar Dhumal had all along been making public statements that the Congress Government in the state would fall after the formation of new government at the Centre. He said that Dhumal was pressurising
the Union Government to take action against him on the basis of false and fabricated cases made against him on baseless complaints. He was trying to pressurise the Union Government to destabilise the democratic elected Congress Government in Himachal Pradesh.
Virbhadra Singh said that his entire life devoted to the development of the State and welfare of its people was an open book for all. He said that the people of the State, whom he had served with all his might and commitment during his public career spanning over 5 decades knew him fully well and have always reposed faith in his integrity and leadership. He said that he would come out clean in this case and the ulterior designs of his opponents would fall flat.