1. Vote for the money trick
Vinay Kumar Nevatia, with support from the left and the Janata Dal, put pressure on the Insecurity Movement against the Congress government in July 1994. The minority government had 246 deputies. Congress needed the help of 232 lawmakers. The Frenzied Conferences began and the Congress won the 262-250 Faith Movement.
Four BestComment MPs in the Justice and Red Crescent Movement voted against the movement, thus completing the four MPs with a place in the Janata Dal (Ajit Singh) group. Three deputies from the Mulayam group from the Chandrasekhar meeting and three deputies from BSP left without casting their votes.
It was later alleged that MPs in the Malta Movement were paid to decide in favor of Rao. He was charged with the position (the only official ever convicted in a corruption case) in the lower courts, but the higher courts acquitted him. Later on, Ajit Singh joined the Congress and was appointed to the position.
2. Many parties in Congress
In her book, Sharad Pawar accuses that Arjun Singh and his followers convinced Sonia Gandhi that it would be safe for her to support Rao because “he was old and not in good shape.”
Rao had ensured that he would risk giving up the assembly chair and paving the way for Arjun Singh as an element of the deal, but he did not. The main church contenders, ND Tiwari, Arjun Singh, and Madhav Rao Scindia, dissatisfied with Rao’s modus operandi and his constant marginalization on meeting topics, finally leave the meeting and crafted their clothes.
3. Cases of hawala hoax, St. Kitts and Lakhubhai Pathak
In 1992, the Jain brothers were caught in the hawala scam and three priests were appointed: VC Shukla, P Shiv Shankar, and Balram Jakhar as recipients to settle Rs 65.2 million through the hawala cycle. Rao’s name has also appeared as he is assumed to have earned Rs 3.543 crore.
In 1987, Lakhubhai Pathak claimed to have paid Chandraswami $ 100,000 in compensation for a deal to supply newsprint and mashed paper in India with Rao’s guarantee. An indictment was filed against the Central Capital officer in April 1992, a month before Rao stepped down as commander. In 2004, after a long fight for some time, Rao was acquitted.
In 1996’s Walk, Rao is accused of fraternizing with Chandraswami for fabricating records showing VP Singh as the primary recipient of an obscure $ 21 million cash balance in Saint Kitts. In October 1994, the CIA arrested him at his home and released him on bail. This was the first review in political history for some time in which a former occupier or administrative official was arrested on criminal charges. He was later acquitted in December 1993.
These tricks and arguments have damaged Rao’s total backlog and offended the great work he did to protect the economy. Corruption became a major issue in the Lok Sabha Resolutions of 1996 and Congress was hit.
(Part of the proposed book examination on co-author Subhash Chandra).