Welcoming the Supreme Court decision to hand over the cases to CBI, both the parties hoped that the Apex Court will monitor the investigations. "The victims have to be given justice. It is very important for the Chief Minister to step down for proper investigations to take place. It would be proper that the Chief Minister resigns as the control of police is with him as of today. If he gets a clean chit, then he can come back," Congress spokesperson Tom Vadakkan said.

He added that the Chief Minister in his letter to the High Court has not talked of the deaths in the case. "We welcome the Supreme Court decision. We wanted the Supreme Court to monitor the case and we hope it monitors it," Vadakkan stated. Speaking in the same vein, AAP spokesperson Ashish Khetan said after the Supreme Court expressed its 'dissatisfaction' on the investigation by the state agencies, Chouhan should resign.

"Prima facie, the Supreme Court has found substance in all the allegations against Shivraj Singh Chouhan and his government that so far this investigation carried out by the state agencies is not satisfactory. The Supreme Court by transferring the case to CBI has expressed its dissatisfaction in the scam investigations so far.

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