Confidential Files Seized From An Accused

Liquor policy row in Delhi: CBI registered First Information Report or FIR in this case

New Delhi:
Manish Sisodia, Delhi’s Deputy Minister who is also in charge of the Specials department, was raided by CBI today over the Center’s allegations of corruption in alcohol policy. The Aam Aadmi Party government has denied the allegations.

Here are the top 10 updates on the alcohol policy row in Delhi:

  1. CBI implemented Manish Sisodia’s home search in Delhi and 31 other locations across seven states. Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena introduced a mandatory sanction for the registration of a corruption case.

  2. Sources say agency officials have seized secret official files related to new excise policy from the home of a civil servant. The location of the arrest has yet to be revealed. So far the cash has not been recovered. Searches are expected to continue.

  3. In its FIR, the CBI stated that a liquor dealer paid Rs 1 crore to a company managed by an associate of Mr. Sisodia. He is Number One on a list of 15 named in the FIR, filed on Wednesday.

  4. Central Governor Saxena requested an investigation by the CBI last month after a report from the Delhi Chief alleges irregularities in Delhi’s new alcohol policy. Under the policy introduced in November, liquor licenses are transferred to private companies. CBI has filed a First Information Report and is investigating the matter.

  5. Mr. Sisodia said the policy was aimed at tackling corruption in government liquor stores. The Center, he said, was troubled by the “excellent work of the Delhi government in the health and education sector” and that is why ministers from both ministries were targeted. Health Minister Satyendar Jain has been in prison since May.

  6. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the CBI had landed on Mr Sisodia’s doorstep “on the day the Delhi model of education was lauded” and Mr Sisodia’s image had appeared on the front page of the New York Times. “There have also been raids before, but nothing happened, and nothing will happen this time,” he said.

  7. BJP Minister Anurag Thakur said fear of a CBI investigation had forced Mr Kejriwal and Mr Sisodia to link the CBI raids to their work in the education sector. Mr. Thakur said: “The corruption in excise policy has revealed the true face of Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia.

  8. “The flip side of the relentless abuse of agencies against political opponents is that even the legitimate and proper actions of the agencies are called into question,” Parliament spokesman Pawan Khera wrote on Twitter. .

  9. The Central Governor accused the AAP government of bringing the Excise policy “with the sole purpose” of benefiting private wine tycoons. “Individuals at the highest levels of government leading to Manish Sisodia” were involved, he alleged.

  10. After an initial investigation was started by the Economic Offensive Wing of the Delhi Police, Mr Sisodia announced the withdrawal of the policy. In response to Center’s accusations that AAP was trying to introduce alcohol culture in Delhi, he cited Gujarat, a dry state where 43 people recently died after drinking fake alcohol.

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