Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr As per the case filed by the sting operation against the Uttarakhand Chief Minister, a demand of the arrest of the Chief Minister of the state Harish Rawat was demanded. However, the state high court stayed the arrest order of the CM and called for more inquiry. Next hearing is supposed to take place on 20th of June. Today Rawat was called up to appear before the investigating committee. Last week, Rawat was questioned by CBI in connection with a probe into the sting operation involving him. It seems that the high court special bench formed for this matter is highly impartial. It did not agree to stay the CBI probe as requested by the Chief Minister of Uttarakhand Harish Rawat. The agency had summoned Rawat for examination for May 9, but he had sought more time, after which he won the floor test and returned to power. Rawat quite naturally denied the allegations and had called the total video and allegations fake. Harish Rawat had to get the vote of confidence from the Legislative Assembly due to being sacked by the sting operation. However, the other seven Congress MLAs who were suspended could not participate in the voting process. So, by this issue, he gained back the power through confidence vote and got back the chair of the chief minister of the state. After Rawat’s victory in the floor test, the cabinet met and withdrew the notification recommending a CBI probe into a sting operation involving him.