Congress governments formed in states like Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh, after a gap of 15 years seems to be exposing corrupt practices of previous BJP regimes. In Chhattisgarh, the son-in-law of three-term BJP chief minister Raman Singh was charged for allegedly committing financial irregularities of Rs. 50 crore during his tenure as the superintendent of a state government hospital in Raipur.
According to police sources, in his complaint, Kishore Sahare alleged that during his tenure as the superintendent of the centre, Puneet Gupta and others had committed financial irregularities to the tune of Rs. 50 crore and caused a huge loss to the state exchequer, he said.