Congress General Secretary in charge of Karnataka Randeep Singh Surjewala went ballistic on Twitter, and posed a series of questions to the state government.
Sudarshan, it was stated, came to India in August 2021 to visit his ailing father. In November 2021, ED summoned him and he appeared on three occasions.
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Skeletons continue to tumble out of the closet of hacker Srikrishna Ramesh alias Sriki’s multicrore Bitcoin scam that has snowballed into a political controversy.
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The same was duly intimated to the court. This fact has been mentioned to the court along with the chargesheet.
We tried calling him on his mobile phone, but it was switched off. We went to his house again on Wednesday, but it was the same story.
A few hours later, the police posted a thread of tweets, clarifying that the FIR number was wrongly mentioned in the forwarding letter due to a typographical error.
Former CM HD Kumaraswamy on Tuesday suggested that the Basavaraj Bommai-led BJP government seek expert help in investigating the Bitcoin scam, and put an end to all confusions.
Since the servers of all these exchanges and websites are overseas, the assistance from the Interpol is necessary,” said sources.
Ashoka charged that Congress leaders are experts in creating fake news. During the previous Lok Sabha elections, the Congress tried to create a controversy over the Rafale deal.
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Ready to sacrifice anyone involved in Bitcoin scam but name the influential persons: Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai challenges Congress
Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai sought to know why the Congress government in Karnataka between 2013 and 2019 did not probe the matter when the scam started in 2016.
The minister said there is nothing in the case as the accused hacker was bluffing and misled everyone.
Congress leader and former IT Minister Priyank Kharge said the probe into the Bitcoin case is aimed at covering the tracks and not unravelling anything.