Delhi BJP slams AAP for 'politicising' CBI 'visit' on Sisodia's premises

In a statement, CBI said, "there was no raid or search at premises of Manish Sisodia". The PE was registered based on a complaint filed by the Vigilance Department of the Delhi government.

Talk to AK was an interactive platform held by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in July a year ago, where he answered a series of questions on the performance of his government and its relation with the Centre. The CBI's inquiry will look into the alleged role of Sisodia and others in this case.

Recently, image management agency, Perfect Relations, had sent a letter to the Delhi government seeking "outstanding payment" towards services provided for the "Talk to AK" campaign failing which it had threatened to withdraw its services and initiate legal proceedings.

"Today's raid signals the resolve of the Centre to not let the AAP government work".

Hours after the CBI visited Sisodia's house, senior AAP leader Sanjay Singh flayed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led central government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying "by doing all this, the central government is trying to disrupt the good work of the Delhi government". Lashing out at the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for playing-the-victim card, Tiwari said: "Whenever the investigating agencies ask them to cooperate in the probe, they start shouting "Bachao Bachao" (save us, save us) and play the victim card".

Senior AAP leader Sanjay Singh said that if the BJP has such hatred and vengeance against the AAP then they should dissolve the government instead of making work hard everyday.

"The tender for the campaign was not floated as the campaign was promoted on social media platforms such as Facebook, YouTube and Google, which did not have any competition,"he added".

"It was empanelled. So without wasting much time and energy, the government approached them. So it will be better to suspend the government", Singh said. Caged parrot not briefed properly by masters again.

  • Salvatore Jensen