Shimla: Himachal Pradesh BJP continued its attack on Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh and again accused him for hiding income status in his election affidavit to election commission.
Randhir Sharma, BJP legislature and party state General Secretary, in a press conference at Shimla, claimed that Maple Destination & Dream Build Pvt. ltd., which is owned by children of Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh, had bought a bungalow spread in 8.18 bigha at Deramandi Village of Hauz Khas in Mehrauli of New Delhi on 25th August 2011 for 1.20 crore.
Sharma claimed that payment was made from Vikramaditya Singh’s personal account. BJP leader said that farm house was purchased on the name of company, but transaction was made from Vikramaditya’s personal accounts. He asked Singh to clarify it. BJP leader added that in the election affidavit of both Chief Minister and his parliamentarian wife had shown both of their Children as dependent and conceal the property in their election affidavit.
Randhir Sharma also raised doubts over the functioning of Company and asked Singh to give detail of its aims and objective and work done by it. He raised doubts that company was only registered to buy this property only. He further added that name of Vakamulla Chandrasekhar was also figured in the deed as a witness and asked Chief Minister to make his relation with Vakamulla public as he had also lend him money during the same period.
Earlier as well, BJP had leveled serious corruption allegation against Virbhadra Singh and accused him for misusing his post for giving benefits to Vakamulla and his power company. BJP had also accused Singh and his family for having shares in Vakamulla’s Company.