Chhattisgarh Congress condemns arrest of journalist over Minister's alleged sex CD case

A senior journalist, Vinod Verma, has been arrested on Friday early morning from his residence at Ghaziabad UP. The arrest of Verma has been done by Chhattisgarh police in connection with the allegation of blackmailing of a State Minister’s sex CD.
Mr Verma had telephoned on a companion of minister this week and sought the money. a case has been registered against Mr Verma in Pandari police station at Raipur in this connection. Chhattisgarh police on this basis raided a Delhi shop and seized the prints of 1000 alleged CD from the possession.
According to the police, Verma’s residence at Indirapuram Ghaziabad was raided by police after quizzing with the shopkeeper, and the police arrested Vinod Verma from here. Many CD prints of Minister's alleged sex scandal have been recovered from Verma’s possession. Even his Laptop and pen drive have also been taken in police possession.
Vinod Verma is the former BBC journalist. He has been editor to Amar Ujala Digital section. He is member of Editors’ guild of India at present and is working as freelance journalist now.
State Congress president, Bhupesh Baghel, has condemned this arrest. He said, “The Minister’s sex CD was surfaced last week. The CD is also available here. We are verifying it authenticity.  Any person's CD being found in possession of anybody is not an offense which has been capped over Mr Verma." The action shows that the BJP government is trying to vanish the matter.

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