MLC Bhoje Gowda released document alleging bribery: Defamation suit warning by Pralhad Joshi

MLC Bhoje Gowda released document alleging bribery: Defamation suit warning by Pralhad Joshi
Bengaluru: Union Minister Pralhad Joshi has warned that the accusations made by SL Bhojegowda of JDS are completely baseless and misleading, and that he is planning to file a defamation case in this regard.

Pralhad Joshi, who posted the original copy on Twitter along with the copy released by Bhoje Gowda in the press conference, said, “This is a baseless allegation that misleads people. First, the letter was addressed to a doctor, and I am not a doctor. There is no such employee in my office. If you have so much confidence, then why have the name and subject been blurred in the copy of the released letter,” he asked.
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“This kind of baseless allegation needs to be taken seriously. “I have to worry about filing a defamation case against him as he has threatened my charisma,” he warned.

Allegation of taking bribe from doctor

JD(S) legislative leader in the Legislative Council said that Union Minister Pralhad Joshi’s office was bribed to give him a post in the All India Medical Institute (AIIMS) under the central government and membership in the National Medical Council (NMC). Bhoje Gowda has made a serious allegation.
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In the state JDS office on Tuesday, former CM H.D. Speaking at a press conference in the presence of Kumaraswamy, he alleged that, “In Joshi’s office, central government posts are being sold for money and the money has been deposited into the bank account twice.”
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“In return for the work done by the Union Health Minister, money was delivered to the office of Pralhad Joshi, who was his cabinet colleague. A high-level investigation should be conducted in this regard. “Who is the real kingpin of this multi-crore scam should come out of the investigation,” he demanded.

“A total of two and a half crores of Rs. is paid. Pralhad Joshi should answer about who took this money and from whom. The money has gone to his office. He got paid by saying that he will make him a member of NMC. Also, money was obtained by saying that he would be made director of AIIMS. “There should be an investigation into the connection between Kendra Joshi’s letter and the payment of this money,” he demanded.

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