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According to a brief communication to the agency by the Cabinet Secretariat, the CBI would look into all aspects of the allegations. A CBI spokesman said the agency would probe whether the video CD was doctored or fabricated, how many persons were shown in it and if the Minister was involved in the `bribery' incident.
The communication to the CBI also appended a few newspaper clippings, asking the agency to probe the affair from all angles. It would be the second high-profile case from the new State of Chhattisgarh - the first being against the Chief Minister, Ajit Jogi, in which the agency recently filed a chargesheet in a Delhi court.
Sources said experts of the Central Forensic Science Laboratory would look into the VCD's authenticity.
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