Manish Sisodia reaches CBI hqts for questioning in Delhi excise policy case
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New Delhi, Feb 26 (UNI) – Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Sunday reached Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) headquarters in an ongoing investigation into alleged irregularities in the Delhi excise policy case.

 

Sisodia said that he was summoned by the CBI to join the investigation.

 

Sisodia reached at Rajghat to seek blessings of Mahatma Gandhi (Bapu) before going to CBI headquarters then he addressed AAP workers and said “Don’t be sorry if I go to jail, be proud. Lakhs of Manish Sisodia will be born, let’s see how many people Modi ji stops.”

 

Sisodia tweeted and wrote: “Going to CBI again today, I will cooperate fully in the entire investigation. The love of lakhs of children and the blessings of crores of countrymen are with us. I don’t care if I have to stay in jail for a few months. It is a small thing to go to jail because of such false allegations.”

 

Reacting to CBI summoning Sisodia, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted and said, “God is with you Manish. The blessings of lakhs of children and their parents are with you. When you go to jail for the country and society, then going to jail is not a curse, it is a glory. I pray to God that you return from jail soon. Children, parents and we all of Delhi will be waiting for you.”

 

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and MLA Atishi said, “CBI claims that Sisodia has done scam but till now CBI and ED don’t produce any evidence of it.”

 

Atishi in a press briefing said, “I want to ask the Central government, where Rs 10,000 crores if Manish Sisodia has done scam. The probe agency had raided Sisodia’s house, office and searched lockers even in his village.”

 

“In the 10,000 pages chargesheet of the probe agencies, there is no fact of corruption,” Atishi claimed.

 

 

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