Chhattisgarh government recommends CBI probe into 'sex CD' row

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Chhattisgarh minister Rajesh Munat on 27 October said the sex CD, which journalist Vinod Verma claimed to have against him, was fake and asked chief minister Raman Singh to order probe.

According to the police, Verma was blackmailing the complainant by giving a threat that he will duplicate the CDs and distribute among people.

Verma has been taken to Mana Police Station in Raipur on his three-day transit remand. "I had said yesterday that the CD was false; it has no credibility", Munat told ANI. Meanwhile, several Congress party workers present in the court premises raised slogans in support of the senior journalist.

However, theCongress has demanded to release Vinod Verma immediately and they had also demanded the resignation of the Chhattisgarh minister who is allegedly involving in the sex scandal case that claimed by Vino Verma journalist.

The Chattisgarh police has said the CDs recovered from journalist Vinod Verma, who was arrested on Friday morning allegedly for extortion, have objectionable contents which goes against the IT act, media reports said.

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After investigation, the search team was sent to Delhi and Mr Verma was held from Ghaziabad in this connection, police had said.

As Verma was being escorted by the police, he claimed that the Chhattisgarh government was not happy with him as it suspected that he had a "sex CD of Chhattisgarh PWD Minister Rajesh Munot" and suggested he was being framed.

Pandey said the recommendation to the CBI for the probe has been made on six points including inter-state conspiracy in making the "fake" CD, a high-level technical examination of the alleged video, funding to make it and political and criminal conspiracy.

Lines police station in Raipur.

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