The withdrawal of the First Information Report (FIR) against the Madhya Pradesh government has sparked a wave of criticism from opposition parties. The FIR was filed against the state government for alleged irregularities in the purchase of medical equipment.
The opposition has accused the government of trying to cover up the alleged irregularities and has demanded a thorough investigation into the matter. The Congress has also demanded the resignation of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and the resignation of the Health Minister.
The withdrawal of the FIR has also raised questions about the independence of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The CBI had filed the FIR against the state government after it received complaints from the state government’s Anti-Corruption Bureau.
The opposition has alleged that the CBI was pressured into withdrawing the FIR. The CBI has denied the allegations and said that the decision to withdraw the FIR was taken after a thorough investigation.
The opposition has also accused the government of trying to protect its own interests by withdrawing the FIR. The government has denied the allegations and said that the decision to withdraw the FIR was taken in the interest of justice.
The opposition has demanded that the government should order a fresh investigation into the matter and take action against those responsible for the alleged irregularities. The government has said that it will take all necessary steps to ensure that justice is served.
The withdrawal of the FIR has put the Madhya Pradesh government under immense pressure and has raised questions about its commitment to fighting corruption. The opposition has demanded that the government should take all necessary steps to ensure that justice is served and that those responsible for the alleged irregularities are brought to book.