SIT Asks Kamal Nath to Submit ‘Extremely Important Evidence’ in 2019 MP Honeytrap Case

A particular investigation group probing a ‘honeytrap’ case in Indore in Madhya Pradesh that made nationwide headlines in 2019 on Sunday requested former state chief minister and Congress chief Kamal Nath to submit a pen drive in his possession as “extremely important evidence”. 5 girls and a person had been arrested in Bhopal and Indore in September, 2019 for allegedly trapping well-placed individuals and blackmailing them with objectionable movies.

The SIT discover despatched to Nath below related CrPC provisions stated he had claimed in an internet press convention on Could 21 that he was in possession of a pen drive/CD of the honeytrap case. The discover went on to state that this “pen drive/CD was extremely important evidence” within the FIR lodged in Palasia police station, and it could make the probe more practical and stronger.

It added that Nath ought to be current in his dwelling in Bhopal at 12:30pm on June 2 to report his assertion and hand over the pen drive/CD to the SIT. Talking on the difficulty in Morena, Nath stated he would reply to the discover however added the pen drive was not with him and several other journalists had been in possession of it and it was being circulated broadly in MP.

Nath stated he was stored knowledgeable concerning the case by the police as he was the chief minister of MP on the time.

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