January 2: Amit Jogi said on Saturday that he was ready to cooperate with the investigators in the probe of the tapes that allegedly confirmed his and his father’s role in the Antagarh bypoll elections fix. This comes even as Congress issued notice to Amit Jogi, suspending him from the party, for allegedly asking the Congress candidate Manturam Pawar, to withdraw, during the 2014 Antagrah Assembly by election in 2014.Also Read - UP Polls 2022: Priyanka Gandhi's 'Shakti Vidhaan' Manifesto Promises 40% Quota in Jobs, Scooty, Smartphones For Women | 5 Points

Jogi said on Saturday that he wanted a Narco analysis of the tapes and all the voices in the tapes and was ready to cooperate.  “I want a Narco test of all those whose voices are in the tape, be it CM’s son in law,my father or even me”, Jogi told ANI.  The issue came to light after leading Indian daily The Indian Express published an exclusive story, reporting the alleged ‘fix’ and providing certain audio tapes as evidence. Following the releasing of the audio tapes, the Election Commission had ordered Chhattisgarh Chief Secretary to conduct an inquiry into the matter and submit the report by January 7. Also Read: Election Commission directs Chhattisgarh Chief Secretary to probe bypoll fixing, seeks report by January 7 Also Read - Sonia Gandhi Slams Govt on Farmers' Issue, Condemns Suspension of RS MPs

The first audio tape had conversations between Congress leader Ajit Jogi, his son Amit Jogi and Chhattisgrah chief minister Raman Singh’s son-in-law Puneet Gupta. Another contained conversation between Congress candidate Manturam Pawar and fomer Jogi loyalist Firoz Siddiqui, a third also between Pawar and Siddiqui, another one between Siddiqui and Ameen Memon and another between Amit Jogi and Siddiqui. Congress demanded the resignation of Singh, over his involvement in the issue. Also Read - Twitterati Ask Tharoor 'Which God's Devotees Are Trolling Him?' Congress MP Replies