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Uttarakhand to shut ‘political cases’ against BJP leaders

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Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat’s declaration that his government will withdraw political cases against BJP members has triggered huge controversy in the state’s political circles. At a function that marked BJP’s 37th foundation day, Rawat said that all cases “of a political nature” registered against party members would be withdrawn.

Though he did not talk much about it, his words were taken to interpret that all cases filed against ruling party members in the last 5-years would be withdrawn.

Responding to this, Congress state chief Kishore Upadhyay said that this was “a clear attempt by the BJP government to give a clean chit to party netas such as Mussoorie MLA Ganesh Joshi, who is accused of heading the protest in which police horse Shaktiman lost its leg”.

Eventually, the horse died. “It appears that Rawat has forgotten that he is the CM of the state. Just few weeks are left for the Char Dham yatra, the CM and his ministers need to focus on the pilgrimage rather than raking up such issues,” Upadhyay added as per a report in TOI.