“Instead of fighting inflation and unemployment, the Center is fighting the country when it should be experimenting with the government when dozens of youth are unemployed and the common man is fighting inflation,” Kejriwal said in a tweet.
“How can such a country progress where its leaders simply wake up in the morning and start their game with CBI and ED? he further said.
The AAP national convention’s comment came in response to the Look Out Circular issued to his deputy Manish Sisodia after the CBI raid on his residence on August 19.
Earlier in the day, Sisodia took to Twitter and called the CBI’s raids a “ploy”.
“All the attacks you have issued have failed, the foul play of not even a single penny has been found. Now you have issued a Look Out Circular that Manish Sisodia is disappearing, what is this ploy Modi Ji? I am open roaming in delhi tell me where i need to come?” Sisodia tweeted attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Hindi.
The Central Bureau of Investigation has barred Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia’s travel movement and 12 people for allegedly being involved in Delhi’s excise policy by issuing a Look Out Circular in their name.
The central bank had issued a Look Out Circular against all the accused, which is used by authorities to check whether the person traveling abroad is “wanted” by the police or any agency. It can be used for immigration control at international borders.
A LOC is issued to ensure that a person who flees or is wanted by law enforcement agencies cannot leave the country. It is mainly used at immigration checkpoints by immigration branches at international airports and seaports.
During raids by CBI in Delhi at 31 locations including seven states, two accused were not found, so the agency opened LOC with immediate effect against the remaining 13 accused.
The CBI had registered an FIR against Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and 14 others in connection with alleged irregularities in the excise policy implemented in November last year.
On Saturday, the CBI summoned several accused for questioning in the corruption case related to Delhi’s excise policy.
The lab is currently investigating the process of verifying bank transactions, along with documents related to the case and electronic equipment seized in the raids.
Excise officers, managers of liquor companies, salesmen along with unidentified public officials and private individuals have also been charged in the case.
CBI on Friday raided Sisodia’s house in connection with alleged corruption in implementation of excise policy in Delhi.
The CBI registered a case against Manish Sisodia, Deputy Chief Minister, Delhi GNCTD and others including Arva Gopi Krishna, then Commissioner (Revenue), Delhi GNCTD, Anand Tiwari, then Deputy Commissioner (Excise), Delhi GNCTD, Pankaj Bhatnagar. , the then Assistant Commissioner of Police (Revenue), GNCTD, Delhi and 10 liquor bar owners, their associates and unidentified others on the reference of the Ministry of Home Affairs.
Irregularities were alleged, including changes in excise policy, and undue favors were given to licensees, including license fee waivers or reductions, extension of L-1 permits without approval, etc.
It was further alleged that illegal benefits due to these activities were directed to private parties to the concerned public servants and false entries were made in their accounts.
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