Politics of MP: Former minister Sajjan Verma sent 50 crore defamation notice to district panchayat president husband and MP, know what is the matter

Pradeep Thakur, Dewas. The round of allegations and counter-allegations has started in the election year in Madhya Pradesh. Recently, the district panchayat president and her husband made a sensational allegation on former Congress minister Sajjan Singh Verma of demanding money. And the district panchayat president and her husband have joined the BJP. After this revelation in the media and the political uproar, former Minister Sajjan Verma has given a defamation notice of Rs 50 crore to Bherulal Ataria, husband of District Panchayat President Leela Bai Ataria and MP Mahendra Singh Solanki, as well as complained to the EOW and Income Tax Department.

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Let us inform that the District Panchayat President Lilabai Bherulal Ataria had left the Congress and joined the BJP in the past. At the same time, in front of the media, he had told about giving 50 lakh rupees to Sajjan Singh Verma in the name of party fund. Sonkach MLA and former minister Sajjan Singh Verma has filed a defamation claim regarding the same. Along with this, a complaint has also been made against Bherulal Ataria regarding the investigation of property in EOW and Income Tax Department.

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A few days back, Sajjan Verma had talked about serving a defamation notice against Bherulal Ataria and MP Mahendra Singh Solanki. They have sent the notice yesterday evening (Saturday). MP Mahendra Solanki had tweeted after the revelation of demanding 50 lakhs in the media.

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