Unnao. A local sadhu here has claimed to have seen the missing coal scam files in his dreams last night. The sadhu claims that the files are buried in the lawns of the Prime Minister’s office at 10 Janpath, 7 Race Course Road, South Block, Raisina Hill, in New Delhi.
The incident has come to light days after another sadhu dreamed about huge reserves of gold buried underground at Unnao fort of the former king Raja Ram Bux Singh.
But while the government agencies have started digging to find the gold in the former case, they have refused to take any action in the latter.
“What nonsense! We can’t start digging just because someone has dreamed about something. And he’s a sadhu, not member of any visionary family that dreams big for India,” said CBI director Ranjit Sinha, rejecting any possibility of digging up the PMO lawns to find the truth.
When Faking News asked why the standards should be different in both the cases, Sinha said, “That is so obvious! We stand to gain something if some gold is found, but what do we get if we get the missing files? We have already found the culprits – the former coal secretary and Kumar Mangalam Birla.”
“And CBI is into filing chargesheets, not digging up places. You should ask ASI to dig. After all the scams are old issues now. These are issues of archeological interests. Not our job,” Sinha added.
While the government has welcomed the decision by the CBI, the BJP has claimed that the dream of sadhu was strong enough a proof of Prime Minister’s involvement in the coal scam. BJP demanded PM’s resignation on the issue.
On the other hand, Congress leader Digvijay Singh has claimed that the sadhu must have been some RSS agent. “These thugs and thieves are out there to destroy communal harmony in this country,” he said.
Meanwhile latest report says that the same sadhu, excited by the political and Peepli media attention that he received, has now claimed to have seen a dream where he saw some proof linking Narendra Modi to some fake encounters. These proofs were buried in the garden of the official residence of Gujarat Chief Minister, he says.
“The government must immediately act on respected sadhu baba’s dreams,” Digvijay Singh immediately demanded when informed about the latest development.