CBI Raid / Manish Sisodia: The CBI team has reached the house of Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Manish Sisodia on Friday morning, about which Sisodia himself gave information on social media. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia tweeted that CBI has come. He is welcome. We are fiercely honest. Making the future of millions of children. It is very unfortunate that those who do good work in our country are harassed like this. That is why our country has not yet become number-1.
In the next tweet, Manish Sisodia wrote that we welcome the CBI. Will give full cooperation in the investigation so that the truth can come out soon. Till now many cases have been filed against me but nothing has come out. Nothing will come out of it either. My work cannot be stopped for good education in the country. He wrote that these people are troubled by the wonderful work of Delhi's education and health. That is why the Health Minister and Education Minister of Delhi have been arrested so that the good work of education health can be stopped. There are false allegations against both of us. The truth will come out in court.
#WATCH | A CBI team reaches the residence of Deputy CM Manish Sisodia in Delhi. The agency is raiding 21 locations in Delhi-NCR in connection with the excise policy case, including Sisodia's residence. pic.twitter.com/3txFCtiope— ANI (@ANI) August 19, 2022
Won't let good deeds stop: Arvind Kejriwal
According to the information, action is going on at 20 locations including Delhi-NCR. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's statement has come to the fore on the matter. He wrote on his Twitter wall that the whole world is discussing the education and health model of Delhi. They want to stop this. That's why raids and arrests on Delhi's health and education ministers... whoever tried to do good work in 75 years was stopped. That's why India was left behind. Will not let the good works of Delhi stop.
Welcome to CBI: Arvind Kejriwal
Re-tweeting Manish Sisodia's tweet, Arvind Kejriwal wrote that the day the Delhi education model was praised and Manish Sisodia's picture printed on the front page of America's largest newspaper NYT, the same day the center sent CBI to Manish's house. Welcome to CBI. Will cooperate fully. There have been many tests/raids in the past as well. Nothing came out. Still nothing will come out.
raid in excise policy case
News agency ANI, quoting a CBI officer, has reported that the CBI has raided 21 places in Delhi-NCR including the residence of Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in the Excise Policy case. In the excise policy case, searches are being done at 21 places in 7 states including Delhi. An FIR has been registered against 4 public servants including Manish Sisodia.