CBI raid against Manish Sisodia: Congress leader big statement

Delhi: Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit has given a big statement regarding the CBI raid against Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. Sandeep Dikshit has accused the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of supporting the BJP and harming the Congress.

Dikshit said that the Congress had always suspected a deal between AAP and BJP. AAP is making money, harming Congress and supporting BJP. Now they (BJP) must have felt that they do not need them (AAP) anymore, so all your sins will be exposed. But now we will see whether BJP compromises with them or does justice.

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He said that, “I believe that if it is raided with integrity and the matter goes on, then the cabinet of the Aam Aadmi Party, its Chief Minister, its national president, no one will probably be the one who will be able to avoid going to jail.”

Congress leader said, what was happening in the Delhi government for the last 7-8 years, it is surprising that why the raid has not happened till now? Excise policy, rigging in building schools, teacher recruitment scam, civil defense recruitment scam, in whichever you see, there should be 1 not 10-10 raids….

CBI raid against Manish Sisodia

CBI team has reached Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia house. Several teams of the investigating agency are conducting raids simultaneously at 10 places in Delhi-NCR.

At the same time, apart from Delhi, the action of CBI is also going on at 21 places in 7 states. According to sources, the premises where the CBI is raiding include the premises of the then Excise Commissioner of Delhi, Aarav Gopi Krishna.

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