The provisional attachment order of ED had attached assets worth more than Rs 15 lakh owned by Aparajita and over Rs 62 lakh by Vikramaditya on March 23.
Virbhadra Singh Thursday tried to outplay the BJP by raising the ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’ slogan in the state Assembly.
Delhi HC refused to give interim protection to CM Virbhadra Singh’s children.
Singh is protected from arrest in the case by an October 1, 2015, order of Himachal High Court.
State MLAs had earlier announced their support to the embattled chief minister in the face of persistent calls for his resignation from the Opposition.
“The party (Congress) is weakening like a termite-infested tree. Its leadership should introspect why MLAs and other leaders were leaving the party,” he said.
Four pleas are now being heard before the bench of Justice G S Sistani and Justice Sangita Dhingra Sehgal over PMLA’s interpretation.
The CLP meeting was convened at Vidhan Sabha with the aim of getting signatures from all MLAs and also issue a party whip to them to remain present in the House for the state’ budget Thursday.
The House witnessed sloganeering, protests and frayed tempers from the opposition side.
BJP general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya, who played a key role in the political developments in Uttarakhand, said that “rebellions are going to happen” in Congress-ruled states across the country.
The bench of Justice Pratibha Rani also issued a notice to the ED seeking its response before May 31 on Singh’s plea seeking stay on the proceedings and quashing of the money laundering case against him.
Virbhadra Singh rejected BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur’s charge that the state government was responsible for shifting of the match.
Congress is right to question why Sena blocks Ghulam Ali. Then why is its CM blocking an India-Pak match?
The CBI has been carrying out an inquiry against Virbhadra and his family members for allegedly amassing disproportionate wealth adding up to Rs 6.03 crore during his tenure as steel minister in the UPA-II government.
His remarks come amid a probe by the Income Tax (I-T) department to ascertain the source of the money, a majority of which was in Indian rupees but which also included Chinese yuan and American dollars.