‘Many Hurdles Will Come Our Way’: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Over CBI Raids At Manish Sisodia’s Residence
In response to the CBI raid on the home of Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has stated that the city's good works will continue. Those who have done good work in the last 75 years have been stopped. Arvind Kejriwal stated that because America is the most powerful and wealthy country in the world, it is extremely difficult to publish news in the largest newspaper there, the New York Times, which published news about Delhi schools yesterday, that Delhi has excellent schools. It has a photograph of Manish Sisodia on it. The world's leaders want to participate. Manish Sisodia has been named the best education minister in the world in some ways. I don't recall any good news from in The New York Times.
We only announced yesterday that we must make India the world's number one country. Nature is on our side, and our dream of making India number one is finally coming true. The people of India want to know why they have been left behind up to this point. This will be fraught with difficulties. The CBI raided Manish Sisodia's house today to kill him; there have been many raids in the past 7 years, and this is not the first. I don't have anything and I'm not going to get anything. The CBI is doing its job; they have orders from on high. They are doing their jobs, and we will continue to do ours. I'm going to issue a missed call number - 9510001000. Those who want India to become the number one country in the world should dial this number. This mission requires the participation of 130 crore people. Every country's front page should feature an article about India.
After filing a FIR in the Delhi Excise Policy case, the CBI raided 19 locations on Friday, including the offices of Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer Aarav Gopi Krishna. This information was provided by the officers. According to CBI officials, a FIR has been filed in connection with alleged irregularities in the formulation and implementation of the Delhi Excise Policy, which was introduced in November of last year. CBI teams raided 21 locations in seven states and union territories, including Sisodia's and AGMUT cadre IAS officer and former Excise Commissioner Gopi Krishna's homes, he said. Two other public servants' offices are also being searched.