While BJD alleged it as a ‘fake’ and ‘fabricated’ report circulated by the BJP to sully the popularity of the ruling get together and demanded authorized motion towards the opposition BJP, the latter demanded an enquiry by highest investigating companies just like the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) or National Investigation Agency (NIA).
“BJP has performed a heinous felony offence of abetting forgery and fabrication of this letter containing malicious matter. They have subsequently used the solid and fabricated letter and tried to sway public opinion by attempting to create confusion in useless with false info. Such an act by the leaders of a nationwide get together is extremely deplorable and unprecedented within the elections of Odisha,” mentioned the memorandum submitted by BJD to the CEO.
BJD additionally cited an analogous incident of a faux letter being circulated throughout the Karnataka Assembly election final 12 months having big resemblance with the letter circulated in Odisha. “Like Odisha, in Karnataka also BJP is the only party which used the same campaign tool and is a habitual mischief monger,” the BJD memorandum mentioned.
The BJP that had proven the letter in a press convention on Monday and alleged that chief minister Naveen Patnaik has introduced to battle elections from two constituencies of Hinjili and Bijepur as a result of he’s afraid of a defeat in Hinjili as talked about within the ‘intel report’.
“We demand an enquiry into the origin of the letter by the highest investigating authority so that the doubts will be cleared. It is quite obvious that once a confidential letter is circulated in social media the BJD and the state police will call it fake and will make all attempts to prove it. The BJD has acted as per the letter and the CM is going to stand from two constituencies,” mentioned state vice chairman of BJP, Samir Mohanty.
Meanwhile, Odisha police registered a case in Kharvela Nagar police station in Bhubaneswar on the problem.