Former BBC journalist Vinod Verma arrested over extortion charges in India

RAIPUR: The Indian Police on Friday captured a previous BBC journalist on charges of blackmail Chhattisgarh, yet the Opposition’s Congress says the journo is by and large wrongly embroiled for uncovering powerful minister engaged with a sex scandel. Not long after the arrest, Vinod Verma, the journalist, kept up that he was guiltless and was being confined.

“I have a sex CD of Chhattisgarh serve Rajesh Munat and that is the reason the state government isn’t content with me,” he included, detailed ANI.

The minister has called the CD “fake” and said it can be examined by any organization.

The Indian media asserts that the video clip of the minister turned into viral on social media and WhatsApp groups not long after the journalist was captured.

As indicated by points of interest, Verma, who is a member from Editors Guild of India, was gotten for addressing from his Ghaziabad home and was captured later by Chhattisgarh police team on the premise of a grievance held up by one Prakash Bajaj of BJP IT Cell, who affirmed that Verma had called demanding money for not uncovering an intense pioneer asserting that a video was in his ownership.