Pressure by AAP’s Satyendar Jain, claims conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar’s lawyer

After jailed fraudster Sukesh Chandrasekhar, who is facing multiple cases of corruption under the Prevention of Corruption and Money Laundering Act, wrote another letter to Delhi LG Lieutenant Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena countering the CBI investigation the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), his lawyer AK Singh, said Sukesh was receiving threats to withdraw the complaint. “It is a subsequent complaint with the new angle that after the first complaint the threat and pressure on him (Sukesh) to withdraw the complaint has increased. The pressure comes from Satyendar Jain and former DG Prisons Sandeep Goel,” lawyer AK Singh said on Monday.

In his last letter to Delhi LG, Chandrashekhar wrote: “I request that you lead an urgent CBI investigation and allow me to file FIR as the pressure is too great and any inappropriate event may take place before the truth about AAP is revealed.” coming.” he wrote. He claimed that he was threatened by AAP leader Satyendar Jain and ex-DG (prisons) of Tihar prison after his complaint to the Delhi LG was made public, saying: “After my last application was made public in the media, for two days there was a serious threat I received from the prison administration on behalf of Mr Satyendar Jain and DG prison Sandeep Goel.

AK Singh further said: “The letter has 3 names – Satyendar Jain, Arvind Kejriwal and Kailash Gehlot at whose farmhouse the Rs 50 Cr deal allegedly took place in the 2nd Complaint. There should be a fair investigation. The purpose of the letter is for the matter to be referred to CBI.” Sukesh also claimed that a total of Rs 50 crore was paid to the AAP as he was promised a key party post in South India.

“If I was the biggest thug in the country, why then in 2016 when I personally delivered Rs 50 crores to Mr Satyendra Jain in the presence of Kailash Gahlot at his farm in Asola, and thereafter that same evening Mr Kejriwal and Mr Jain had visited me the dinner at the Hyatt, Bhikaji Kama Place where I was staying,” he claimed in the letter. “Kejriwal Ji, why did you force me to bring 20 to 30 people to donate Rs 500 cr to the party in return for seats” , said Sukesh Chandrashekhar’s letter, which was confirmed by his lawyer.

Earlier in his letter to Delhi LG, Sukesh claimed he had been forced to pay Rs 10 crore “protection money” to Aam Aadmi Party minister Satyender Jain. He had also asked for direction from the investigative agency to file a case on a complaint, which was also forwarded to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

“I am willing to provide any evidence supporting my complaint against AAP’s Satyender Jain. I am also willing to record my testimony in court and judges. But the truth must come out as I can no longer hold it inside, I am being harassed, you and your so-called honest government must be exposed and shown to be involved in high-level corruption even in prison,” he said in a letter confirmed by his lawyer. He further said: “I have been held in Delhi Jail since 2017 on the PC Act case and some economic crimes. I have been associated with AIADMK, the Sasikala faction politically engaged in Tamil Nadu and have worked in the construction sector. Media, mining and corporate lobbying.”

The BJP launched a new attack on the AAP after Sukesh’s letter. Adesh Gupta, president of the BJP unit in Delhi, echoed Chandrashekhar’s allegations, calling AAP’s Satyendar Jain Arvind Kejriwal the “Vasooli agent”.

In his letter last month, Chandrashekar claimed that the AAP had promised him a key post in the party in the South Zone and also helped him to be nominated for Rajya Sabha after the enlargement. “I (Sukesh) have known AAP’s Satyender Jain since 2015 and have contributed more than 50 crores to AAP in a promise to give me an important post in the party in the South Zone and also to help me get nominated for Rajaya Sabha after enlargement,” said Chandrashekhar.

The scammer said all the funds were collected in Kolkata through his collaborator Chaturwedi. (ANI)

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