STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: The high-level Fact-Finding Committee, constituted by Bharatiya Janata Party, Jammu & Kashmir has submitted its final report regarding the accusations alleged by few local media persons from Press Club, Leh. “Few local media persons from Press Club, Leh made baseless accusations after days of Press Conference conducted by BJP leaders on May 2, 2019 while other media persons from there denied occurrence of any such episode”, some of the BJP leaders had stated while out- rightly rejecting any such misconduct on their part. Constituted on the directions of BJP National President and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, the 3-Member Fact Finding Committee comprising Justice (Retd.) G.D Sharma, IGP (Retd.) S.S Bijral and Dr Pallav submitted its report to the BJP National Vice-President and Prabhari for J&K, Avinash Rai Khanna at Jammu. Avinash Rai Khanna, said that the BJP under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is committed to fight the menace of corruption tooth and nail and any such type of activity by any of the party leader or worker as alleged by any person is sure to come under hammer. Khanna said that immediately taking cognizance of the matter, Party High Command led by party National President directed to set up a high-level enquiry commission to thoroughly probe the matter. He informed that the committee headed by Justice (Retd) G.D Sharma visited the spot in Leh to have first-hand information of all ground facts and has finally submitted the report.
Khanna added that within a record time the committee has completed its probe by talking to every concerned person including Civil and Police Administration as well as all prominent persons concerned. The committee cross-examined all the facts and the Leh, Press Club members and BJP leaders before drafting its final report.
Khanna further informed that the complete report on the matter will be handed over to the BJP National President for the final course of action.
BJP National President Amit Shah will himself look into the matter for taking the final call, he said.
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