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- Case Of Corruption In The Purchase And Maintenance Of Buses; Kejriwal Said Every Morning The Game Of ‘CBI ED’ Starts
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The Aam Aadmi Party has played the caste card with Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who came under CBI investigation after allegations of corruption in Delhi’s new liquor policy. The party has described Sisodia as a descendant of Maharana Pratap. In this matter, AAP’s National Joint General Secretary and Gujarat leader Isudan Gadhvi first commented on social media on Sunday. He wrote that the BJP is harassing Manish Sisodia, the descendant of Maharana Pratap, on false allegations. Due to this there is anger among the Rajput youth of Gujarat.
In a few days more than 5000 Rajput youth will join the party. Arvind Kejriwal also took this matter forward. Earlier on Saturday, party spokesperson Sanjay Singh also hit back at Union Minister Anurag Thakur by calling Sisodia a descendant of Maharana Pratap. It is being told that due to the elections in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh this year, the party is defending Sisodia by calling him honest and good education minister, but is also trying to take advantage of his caste. The party hopes that it can benefit from the sympathy of Rajputs in Gujarat.
CBI registers another case
The CBI has given another blow to the Delhi government. Now the investigating agency has registered a preliminary inquiry into the allegations of alleged corruption in the purchase of 1000 low-floor buses. The inquiry has been registered on the reference of the Union Home Ministry. The Delhi government had denied “allegations” of corruption in bus purchases and accused the central government of using the CBI to “harass” it. In June, a three-member committee constituted by former Lt Governor Anil Baijal had found procedural “flaws” in the annual maintenance contract for procurement of buses and recommended rectification.
Sisodia said – Lookout circular against me
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said- CBI has issued a lookout circular against him. All the raids were unsuccessful. Nothing found. Now you have issued the lookout circular. What is this prank? I am traveling in Delhi. Tell me where to come According to sources, the CBI has handed over the FIR and documents in this case to the ED.
Send circulars to 8 people, not Sisodia
The CBI said on Sunday that the sorting of documents is going on. Lookout circulars were issued against 8 people involved in the FIR of the scam. However, the names of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and three former officers of the Excise Department are not there. No circular has been issued against him.
Central government fighting unemployment and inflation: Kejriwal
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that every morning the central government starts the game of ‘CBI-ED’. He said, “At a time when the common man is battling inflation, the Center along with all the state governments should fight unemployment and inflation. Instead they are fighting with the whole country.