In a controversial order, the officials from Anti-Corruption Bureau in Rajasthan have been been denied names of those caught by means of decoy operations until they are proven guilty.
The BJP has alleged the state ruling government led by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot of supporting corruption citing the incident.
Deputy leader of opposition, Rajendra Rathore of BJP taking to his Twitter handle alleged that the state government of becoming is now becoming the ” Shield of the corrupt”.
The order came soon after Hemant Priyadarshi took charge as the new chief of the Anti-Corruption Bureau.
In the order it has been said that only the designation and department can be revealed but not names until they are proven guilty in the corruption.
Meanwhile, the ruling Congress in Rajasthan is yet to give it’s response over the issue.