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Madhya Pradesh sex scandal: Congress blames RSS leaders ‘who do not marry’, suggests Mohan Bhagwat should also get married

Full-time RSS pracharaks (workers) observe celibacy and adopt chastity while devoting their lives to the Sangh. Mohan Bhagwat is the Sarsanghchalak (chief) of the RSS and a lifelong celibate.

Madhya Pradesh Congress leader Manak Agarwal has put the blame of honey trapping sex scandal case squarely on the RSS because “RSS people do not marry”.

As per reports, Agarwal said that one of the biggest reason for the honey trapping case is that RSS people do not marry. “RSS people should get married. Mohan Bhagwat should also get married,” he said. Full-time RSS pracharaks (workers) observe celibacy and adopt chastity while devoting their lives to the Sangh. Mohan Bhagwat is the Sarsanghchalak (chief) of the RSS and a lifelong celibate.

A huge honey-trapping sex scandal has emerged in Madhya Pradesh where high profile bureaucrats, politicians, including an ex-chief minister and journalists are believed to be involved.

After the police arrested the women involved and unearthed the Madhya Pradesh honey trap racket, there are new skeletons tumbling out of the closet every day. It was earlier reported that among the names of high profile and powerful persons ‘trapped’ by the women, there are several names of ministers and IAS officers in the state.

As per latest reports, the investigating team has found that the racket also included names of several Bhopal-based media persons. As per a report, the names include a resident editor of a Hindi newspaper, a cameraman of a news channel and the owner of the regional satellite channel.

The media persons, as per the report, were not the victims of the honey trap racket but rather the ‘conduits’. The media persons allegedly helped broker deals between the bureaucrat victims and Shweta Jain, the kingpin of the racket.

As many as 13 IAS officers, a former governor and a former chief minister are reportedly among the people used by the racket to extort money and favourable deals for their NGOs. The police are now examining thousands of digital files, filled with lurid sex chats, videos and images that were recovered from the arrested persons.

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