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Gogoi involved in Louis Berger scam!

Will you believe that Tarun Gogoi is involved in the Louis Berge bribery? Without his consent how the then GMDA minister and his powerful circle of officers took bribe from the Canada based firm for the multi crore water supply project in Guwhati? That’s what prompts state BJP unit to target the chief minister.   

Addressing a press conference in Guwahati on Sunday, BJP leader and MP Ramen Deka said without the knowledge of the chief minister, the multi crore scam would not have taken place.

“If he is not involved why he is yet to recommend a CBI probe when the Goa government steps up probe apart from a CBI investigation?,” said Deka.

Deka observed that only a CBI probe would be able to unearth the truth behind the multi crore scam. “But the chief minister has ordered a CID probe to wash his hands off.”

Addressing a press conference in Guwahati MP Ramen Deka said without silent consent from

A month after he ordered additional chief secretary SC Das to do a preliminary probe to unearth the prima facie evidence, the chief minister ordered a CID enquiry much to the utter surprise of many parties and organizations.

Very recently the former GMDA minister gave an oblique hint of Gogoi’s involvement in the multi crore scam where a circle of GMDA official aided and abetted by some powerful ministers took bribe from a Canada-based company for a huge water supply project in Guwahati.

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