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Punjab Revenue Minister BikramSingh Majithia has been asked to appear
before the ED's Jalandhar office on December 26
In a major setback to the Shiromani Akali Dal-led Punjab government, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summoned state Revenue Minister
Bikram Singh Majithia to probe his alleged role in the
Rs 6,000-crore international synthetic drug case.
Majithia is the younger brother of Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal, the wife of Deputy
Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal.
According to sources, Majithia has been asked to appear before the ED's Jalandhar office at around 11am on December 26.
"The ED has prepared a 25-page questionnaire, which has around 50 questions. He will be asked to give personal and business details," a source said.
Sources said the BJP-led government at the Centre
had already given its nod to the agency to interrogate the state
The ED had said that it would not be able to put up a challan in the
court till Majithia was questioned.
According to sources in the police, the statement of arrested drug
racket accused has revealed the minister's alleged links with the cartel.
Majithia is not the only senior politician being interrogated by the ED.
Earlier, former minister Swaran Singh Phillaur, his son Damanveer Singh and Kartarpur MLA and Chief Parliamentary Secretary Avinash Chander were quizzed
by the agency. Congress MP Santokh Singh Chaudhary was also interrogated in the case.
While the names of Phillaur, Avinash Chander and Santokh Singh Chaudhary were found in the diary of arrested
synthetic chemical supplier Chunni Lal Gaba, Majithia was named by synthetic drug kingpin Jagdish Singh Bhola last year.
Bhola and Gaba are in jail now.
The police allegedly hesitated to take action against Majithia owing to his
links with high-profile politicians in the state.
Sources also said the ED was planning to get additional security cover, fearing attacks
by the minister's supporters.
Majithia, however, continues to enjoy the support of the
Punjab government and Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal, who
claimed that "summoning does not mean that the person is a criminal".
Deputy CM Sukhbir Singh Badal said the allegations against
Majithia are part of a conspiracy hatched by the political rivals who want to "tarnish the image of the SAD-led government".
Former chief minister and Amritsar MP Captain Amarinder Singh
said the ED probe against the minister had proved his stance.
"Handing the case over to the CBI as demanded by some people at a time when the Punjab Police and other agencies are already doing their job, would have only delayed and derailed the investigations," Captain said.
Demanding Majithia's resignation, the Congress on Sunday said that the
Badal duo cannot run away from their promise of action against Majithia.
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By Sarah N. Lynch and Chris Gallagher
WASHINGTON, Oct 3 (Reuters) - Prosecutors on Monday urged a jury to convict Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and four others
for their roles in storming the U.S.
Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, alleging they plotted to do whatever it
took to prevent the transfer of presidential power.
"They concocted a plan for an armed rebellion to shatter a bedrock of American democracy,"
prosecutor Jeff Nestler said on Monday in an opening statement at their trial in federal court in Washington.
Rhodes and his co-defendants Kelly Meggs, Thomas Caldwell, Jessica Watkins and Kenneth Harrelson are accused of plotting to forcefully prevent Congress from certifying Democratic
President Joe Biden's 2020 election victory in a failed bid to
keep then-President Donald Trump, a Republican, in power.
In their opening statements, prosecutors portrayed
Rhodes as a sophisticated leader of the far-right group who sent encrypted Signal
messages to his followers after Biden won the 2020 election, saying "We must prepare for civil war."
"It will be torches and pitchforks time if they (Congress) don't do the right thing,"
he wrote in one encrypted message sent in November 2020.
Trump supporters stormed the U.S.
Capitol last January after Trump falsely claimed the
election had been stolen from him through widespread fraud.
Five people died during and shortly after the riot, and about
140 police were injured.
The five on trial face numerous felony charges, including seditious
conspiracy - a Civil War-era statute that is rarely prosecuted and
carries a statutory maximum sentence of 20
years in prison.
Prosecutors have said the defendants trained and planned for Jan. 6 and stockpiled weapons at a northern Virginia hotel outside the capital in the group's so-called "quick reaction force" (QFR) that would be ready if called upon to transport arms into Washington.
As lawmakers met to certify Biden's election victory, some Oath Keepers charged into the Capitol building, clad
in paramilitary gear in a military-style formation.
Nestler said Watkins led a group of seven Oath Keepers toward
the Senate side of the Capitol.
As she stormed down the hallway with the "power of the mob with her," Nestler said she yelled "Push, push, push!"
He said that Watkins added: "They can't hold us."
Ahead of Jan. 6, Meggs told followers from the Florida Oath Keepers that "the time for talk is over. The real question is who's willing to DIE?" according to text messages
shown by the prosecution.
'IT WAS CHAOTIC'
FBI Special Agent Michael Palian testified as the government's first witness on Monday, saying that he helped escort U.S.
senators back to the Senate to finalize certifying the
election once the Capitol had been cleared of rioters.
"It was chaotic," Palian said, recounting
how he had seen some lawmakers crying. "It looked like a bomb had gone off in there. There was pepper spray and tear gas everywhere."
The government and extremist monitoring groups have characterized
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its members having ties to militias.
Many of its members are current and former military and law
Rhodes, a Yale-educated attorney and former U.S. Army paratrooper, has disputed
Philip Linder, one of Rhodes' attorneys, promised
the jury his client, whom he described as "extremely patriotic," would
take the stand to explain his side of the story.
He said the "real evidence" in the trial will show that the defendants were in Washington on Jan. 5 and
6 to provide security to a variety of speakers at political rallies.
Watkins' attorney, Jonathan Crisp, said his client, a transgender woman, "never felt like she fit in and a lot of things she did that day were to try to fit in, good and bad."
Crisp said Watkins, an Army veteran and a former firefighter who
ran a bar until she was detained pre-trial, regretted entering the Capitol building, but denied her intention had been to stop
the transfer of power.
Caldwell´s attorney, David Fischer, stressed that his client had never attacked
police, had not gone inside the Capitol building and had fully cooperated with
Caldwell is accused of coordinating the Oath Keepers' "quick reaction force" (QRF) - the armed contingent of the group that stayed inside a Virginia
hotel room stockpiled with weapons across the river from the Capitol during the Jan. 6 attack,
in what prosecutors say was part of the alleged plot.
But "a QRF by definition would not be used to attack anything, including the U.S. Capitol" and
was only meant to be activated in the event of an emergency, Fischer said.
(Reporting by Sarah N. Lynch and Chris Gallagher, editing by Ross Colvin, Grant
McCool and Aurora Ellis)
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