BJP-AAP war of words over CBI raids: Anurag Thakur said- Revdi and Bevdi government in Delhi; Sisodia said – preparing to send me to jail

New Delhi7 hours agoAuthor: Pawan Kumar

The day after the CBI raid on Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Thakur has attacked the AAP government. Thakur not only called the Kejriwal government Revdi and Bevdi government, but also took a jibe at Sisodia’s name in the liquor scam that now Manish’s spelling has become MONEY SHH in his name.

Anurag Thakur said that if the liquor policy was fine then why did you take it back? Your condition was such that if the thief saw a straw in his beard, he shaved his beard to escape. Similarly, when Manish Sisodia and Arvind Kejriwal saw corruption in the liquor policy, they withdrew the liquor policy.

Thakur’s question- whether the contract was given to the blacklisted companies or not?
The Union Minister raised the question, ‘If manufacturing companies were not allowed to sell liquor in retail, then why were they allowed under this policy? Why were contracts awarded to cartel companies?’ Was the contract awarded to the blacklisted companies or not? This Aam Aadmi Party government is Revdi Sarkar and Bewadi Sarkar.

Sisodia said – will arrest me in two-four days
Earlier, Manish Sisodia also held a press conference on Saturday. He said that Delhi’s excise scheme is the best scheme. This can be an example in the country. Yesterday there was a CBI raid at my house. All the officers were good. Everyone’s behavior was very nice. I was not bothered by them. In two to four days they will arrest me, put me in jail.

Sisodia said that yesterday was in the midst of uninvited, unwanted guests, with whom no one likes to live. After that I thought whether I should come here (in the program) or not. I thought I was there to do this work and not what had to be done yesterday. Sisodia said that Delhi’s liquor policy is the best.


  • Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has said that he is going on a two-day visit to Gujarat from August 22 along with Deputy CM Manish Sisodia.
  • CBI will interrogate 5 accused in the excise policy case on Saturday. For this the investigating agency has sent summons.

The whole story of the scam was written in Mumbai, the names of 2 former officers of the Excise Department also surfaced.
  • The CBI has made big claims about the scam under the guise of Delhi’s new liquor policy. According to the investigating agency, its script was written in Mumbai, not Delhi. The name of the former CEO of Mumbai’s event management company has come to the fore in preparing it.
  • The CBI has written in the FIR that in order to show the case cleanly, large-scale fraudulent entries were made in the records of the Excise Department, so that government subordinates and private parties could be benefitted directly. Meanwhile, about 12 IAS officers were transferred by the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Vinay Kumar Saxena.
  • The CBI FIR claims that Vijay Nair, former CEO of Mumbai-based M/s Only Much Louder An Entertainment and Event Management Company, along with Sisodia had prepared the blueprint for the new policy. Manoj Rai, Amandeep Dhal of Brindco Sales and Sameer Mahendru, MD, Indo Spirits Group, assisted in this.
CBI searched the house of Manish Sisodia for 14 hours.

CBI searched the house of Manish Sisodia for 14 hours.

  • Two former top officials of the Excise Department and a current officer are also among those who have prepared the blueprint for this policy. CBI has found evidence that Amit Arora, Dinesh Arora and Arjun Pandey along with Sisodia diverted illegal funds received from license holders so that even if the case is open, the officials can be convicted.

Sisodia kept writing on social media amid the raids, if found out, the mobile was confiscated
On Friday, the CBI had raided 21 places in 7 states including the residence of Deputy CM Manish Sisodia in Delhi’s excise scam. The raid lasted for about 14 hours. The CBI team reached Manish Sisodia’s house at 7 am on Friday.

Sisodia gave information on social media at 8:32 am. Even the CBI was not aware of this. After this, the party workers started reaching there, after being told from the CBI headquarters, the team got Sisodia’s mobile switched off. The officers have confiscated phones and laptops of him and the rest of the family members.

A big thing related to the case has come to the fore. In fact, the CBI had registered an FIR against 15 people including Manish Sisodia on August 17, two days before the raid. It has been claimed that a liquor businessman had given one crore rupees to Manish Sisodia’s close friend.

FIR registered against Sisodia on August 17 itself: 3 excise officers, 9 businessmen and two companies also named in Delhi excise scam

Cases, investigations, raids against many AAP ministers-MLAs and their officers since 2015… these are still going on

  • In May 2022, Minister Satyendar Jain was arrested by the ED on charges of hawala transactions.
  • Non-bailable warrant against MLA Prakash Jarwal in doctor’s suicide in 2020.
  • Sisodia’s OSD Gopalkrishna in CBI custody in 2020. Mistakes in GST.
  • In 2018, Income Tax raids on Minister Kailash Gehlot for tax evasion. CBI probe also into the purchase of 1000 low-floor buses in 2021.
  • May 2018 Arvind Kejriwal’s nephew Vinay Bansal was arrested by the ACB on charges of scam in the Public Works Department. Allegation of 50% stake in the firm involved in financial irregularities.
  • In 2016, the CBI questioned the minister Sisodia on the malpractices in the ‘Talk to AK’ campaign.
  • In 2016, the CBI got permission to run the case against AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan in the case of ‘illegal’ appointments.
  • In December 2015, the CBI searched the office of Kejriwal’s principal secretary Rajendra Kumar. It is alleged in the chargesheet that the state suffered a loss of 12 crores due to collusion with a company.

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