Narendra Modi responsible for snooping Pradeep Sharma
New Delhi: Suspended IAS officer
Pradeep Sharma today alleged that Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is
the person behind the snooping scandal, involving the illegal surveillance
of a woman by official agencies in Gujarat.
In an interview, Sharma said that he was the one who introduced Modi to
the female architect at the centre of the scandal, back in 2004. At that
time Sharma was the district Collector of Kutch.
Later the friendship between the woman and the Chief Minister grew. Sharma
has alleged that at some point Modi got worried that the woman had shared
a video clip with him, following which Sharma was targeted by the Gujarat
Earlier today the IAS officer filed a petition in Supreme Court demanding
a CBI probe against Narendra Modi in the snooping scandal.
Pradeep Sharma, who last served as Bhavnagar Municipal Commissioner, was
arrested on January 6, 2010 in a case involving alleged irregularities in
Kutch earthquake rehabilitation.
In his petition, he submitted that he is being victimised as he had the
knowledge of the alleged intimacy shared by Modi with the young lady
architect and also because his younger brother Kuldip Sharma, a senior IPS
officer in the state, has “unmasked” many “misdeeds” of Modi
government since Godhra riots.
The petition is likely to be heard in the first week of December
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