Delhi National States

CBI can arrest me, 2024 election to be BJP vs AAP Manish Sisodia

The 2024 general elections will be a BJP vs AAP contest, Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia predicted on Saturday, adding that the CBI raided his house on Friday because the Centre “has problems with Arvind Kejriwal”. Sisodia’s remarks were in accordance with the AAP line that Narendra Modi sees the AAP chief as his main rival.

Sisodia claimed the Delhi Excise Policy over which the CBI raided his house was the best liquor policy in the country and had L-G VK Saxena not conspired to “fail” it, the Delhi government would have earned Rs 10,000 crore every year.

Manish Sisodia reponse to Raid

Maybe within the next 3-4 days, CBI-ED will arrest me… we won’t be scared, you won’t be able to break us… the elections of 2024 will be AAP vs BJP

Manish Sisodia to media

“Excise policy due to which whole controversy is created is the country’s best policy. We were applying it with transparency and sincerity. Had Delhi LG not changed his decision conspiring to fail the policy, the Delhi government would have been getting at least Rs 10,000 crore every year,” he added.

Manish Tweets on CBI Raid

These people are troubled by the excellent 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, Manish Sisodia responded on Twitter

CBI raided 22 locations on Friday, including the houses of Sisodia and an IAS officer after registering an FIR.

Saxena had recommended the CBI probe after the national capital’s chief secretary submitted a report alleging financial irregularities in the policy that was later scrapped. Under the policy, the government had pulled out selling liquor and handed the licenses to the private sector. It was implemented in November 2021 in order to boost revenue, improve customer experience and eliminate the liquor mafia. Saxena has accused the government of bringing the policy to benefit private liquor barons.

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