Indore, Jul 26 (UNI) Bharatiya Janshakti's Madhya Pradesh unit President Ashok Tripathi today alleged that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and state BJP President Narendra Singh Tomar had hatched a conspiracy of swaying wads of currency in the Parliament and demanded a CBI probe into the matter.
''There was evidence that the currency flaunted in the Parliament were withdrawn from banks in Madhya Pradesh and Mr Chouhan and Mr Tomar went to Delhi a day before the incident,'' Mr Tripathi told mediapersons here.
Claiming that this incident has tarnished the Parliament's image across the world, he said it should also be investigated that how the currency was taken inside the parliament.
Referring to the murder of BJS leader Sanjay Jhanwar in Barwani's Sendhwa town, Mr Tripathi asserted that security cover was not provided to him and state government delayed in providing license for fire arms to his family.
He said the murder could have been averted if state government remained alert.
''BJS will launch a state-wide agitation and observe fast to protest these incidents,'' he added.
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