rajeshwar singh and bjp: meeting with a BJP specialist investigating corruption cases from the UPA era; Sister says Rajeshwar has voluntarily retired from ED – education officer rajeshwar singh likely to join bjp

Highlight:

  • Rajeshwar Singh reportedly joins BJP
  • There are indications that he has held talks with BJP leaders.
  • Rajeshwar Singh did not reply.

New Delhi: An official from the Directorate of Enforcement (ED) investigating controversial corruption cases during the UPA government has reportedly joined the BJP. According to the Economic Times, Rajeshwar Singh, who has been instrumental in prosecuting cases involving the 2G spectrum, is moving closer to the BJP.

Rajeshwar had applied for a compulsory license from the service before the 2022 UP elections. He is on leave and has 12 years of service left. Rajeshwar voluntarily withdrew from erectile dysfunction, his sister said on Twitter. “Congratulations to the brother who retired early to serve the country, the country needs him,” the tweet said.

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Meanwhile, it was reported that he was in talks with the BJP leadership. Known as the rendezvous specialist, Rajeshwar is an official on the team that investigated cases such as the 2G spectrum, the Aircel Maxis case, the Commonwealth scandal, and the August Westland helicopter deal. Rajeshwar joined the Emergency Department in 2009 by delegation from the UP Police.

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Rajeshwar led a team investigating money laundering cases involving political leaders. Rajeshwar also led the investigation into financial deals involving former Finance Minister P Chidambaram and his son Karthi, and cases against Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy and former Jharkhand Chief Minister Madhukoda.

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