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Monday, January 30, 2023

‘Deputy CM’s office not India Gate…’: AAP slams CBI visit

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A day after CBI officials visited Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia’s office during the probe In the excise policy caseIn the national capital, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party has attacked Sabit Agency. The Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi said on Saturday that his Delhi Secretariat office was raided even though the agency said otherwise. Addressing a presser on Sunday, AAP chief spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj said: “If anything is found, it is a raid… If nothing is found, it is not. Anyone can come when the office opens. . They should write to (CBI). When they go, the letter. It is the Deputy Chief Minister’s office, not India Gate that anyone will go there.”

“The officers went when it was a holiday. They took whatever they wanted. How can it be a normal visit? When they get something, they will call it a raid,” the AAP leader said. added. On Saturday, an official was quoted as saying by HT in a report that “no raid was conducted”. “No one was questioned, no summons was issued. We took a computer from his office as part of the investigation,” he said.

A few hours earlier, Sisodia had attacked the agency in a sarcastic tweet. “Today, CBI has reached my office again. They are welcome. They first raided my house, searched my office, searched my lockers and also reached my village for investigation. But nothing has been found against them. They will not find anything because I have not done anything wrong. I have only worked honestly for the education of the children of Delhi,” he wrote in Hindi.

Sisodia was named as an accused. The Alcohol Policy Case On Delhi’s Excise Policy, which has now been scrapped. However, he was not named in the first charge sheet in November. The agency later continued its investigation. AAP has repeatedly claimed that the allegations of corruption in the case are baseless and politically motivated.

Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) once again hit out at the AAP on Saturday as it said the deputy chief minister was only “faking a routine inquiry as a raid”. Delhi BJP working president Virendra said, “It is interesting that Sisodia and your other leaders often say that they welcome investigations by any investigating agency but when the same agencies investigate the case against them If they do, they make noise and play the victim card,” Delhi BJP working president Virender said. Sachdeva


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