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AAP snubs Asif Mohammad Khan's sting operations, says tape may be doctored

Reacting to claims made by Congress leader Asif Mohammad Khan of having two more stings against AAP, party's senior leader Sanjay Singh on Saturday said that alleged tapes could have been doctored.



New Delhi: Reacting to claims made by Congress leader Asif Mohammad Khan of having two more stings against AAP, party's senior leader Sanjay Singh on Saturday said that alleged tapes could have been doctored.

“Technology is so advanced that he could have blurred or muted that editor's voice and then released the tape,” Sanjay Singh was quoted as saying by ANI.

Singh's statement comes two days after Congress' former Okhla MLA Asif Mohammad Khan claimed that he held meetings with deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia once and Sanjay Singh, another senior AAP leader, twice last year to discuss the possibility of government formation. He had recorded the conversation with him and Kejriwal.

"The meeting was arranged by a television reporter at his residence. We had two meetings. Singh had asked me to convince the party leadership to support AAP for the government formation. He had also said that since three MLAs were Muslims we should support AAP instead of BJP. Three days after the first meeting, I again met him to convey that we are not keen to align with the AAP and the matter should be put to an end," Khan had revealed.

Meanwhile, Khan told ANI that he will be releasing the sting at the right time. He had failed to make the alleged stings public yesterday.

Rebutting the claims made by Khan, Singh said he would quit politics if it was proved that he offered money or any ministerial berth to Khan or anyone.

(With Agency inputs)

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