Conman Chandrashekhar Gives Consent To Lie Detector Test, Says Kejriwal, Satyendar Jain Should Also Take It

Conman Chandrashekhar Gives Consent To Lie Detector Test, Says Kejriwal, Satyendar Jain Should Also Take It

New Delhi: After a slew of allegations against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and minister Satyendar Jain, jailed conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar in a letter to his lawyers gave his consent for a polygraph test on Friday, news agency ANI reported. However, he also demanded Kejriwal and Jain both take the test and that their confrontation be televised live.

Accused in an alleged money laundering case, Chandrashekhar, in his latest letter wrote, “I hereby welcome the suggestion of polygraph test in regards to all my complaints and facts given by me about AAP, Mr Satyendar Jain and Arvind Kejriwal. I am thankful for the suggestion and I am excited and extremely happy to give consent…but provided Arvind Kejriwal and Satyendar Jain also give consent and the polygraph test be conducted as a face-to-face confrontation in presence of all three together and also the entire process be telecasted live as suggested. So that the whole country can watch the pandora box of the reality of Mr Kejriwal and Mr Jain.”

Earlier, Chandrashekhar wrote to the Delhi LG, alleging that he is receiving threats to withdraw his complaint against Kejriwal and AAP leaders Satyendar Jain and Kailash Gehlot, and sought his transfer to a jail outside the city.

He alleged that the jail superintendent and the other officials were putting “immense amount of pressures” on him and “harassing” him.

“I hold very important evidences against them, and they are very well aware of it and will go to any extent to cause harm to me and my wife Leena Paulose, who is also lodged in Mandoli jail in the same case,” Chandrashekhar alleged in his letter.

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He had earlier written to the LG seeking a CBI investigation against Kejriwal and others for alleged threat and corruption. He claimed that Jain extorted Rs 10 crore in 2019 in exchange of his safety in jail.