CBI raids on homes, tweets Manish Sisodia; “Nothing will come out,” says Kejriwal | Latest India News
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia welcomed the CBI officials to his residence who Sisodia said reached his residence early in the morning. Announcing full cooperation with them, Sisodia tweeted: “It is unfortunate that those who do good work in our country are being harassed in this way. This is why our country is yet to become number 1.” Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also tweeted and supported his deputy, he said nothing will come of this raid and many cases will are produced in the past.
On Friday, the CBI raided 21 sites in Delhi and adjacent areas, including the residences of Sisodia and an IAS officer.
The raids are tied to the excise policy that brought Sisodia onto the investigative agency’s radar. “I am an extremely honest person who makes the future of hundreds of thousands of children,” Sisodia said.
“I welcome the CBI. I will cooperate with the investigation so that the truth comes out at the earliest. So far, many complaints have been filed against me, but nothing has come out. Nothing will come out of it. neither. My work cannot be stopped for a good education in the country,” Sisodia tweeted.
Sisodia said the allegations made against him and Health Minister Satyendar Jain are false. “These people are troubled by the excellent work of Education and Health Delhi. That is why the Minister of Health and Minister of Education Delhi are on the radar so that the good work of the education and health can be stopped,” he added.
Delhi LG VK Saxena in July recommended a CBI investigation into Delhi’s revamped excise policy. Sisodia has come on the radar because aside from education, he also holds the excise portfolio. It has been alleged that PAA leaders received bribes in exchange for “undue financial favors” to liquor licensees.
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