CBI Issues Supervision Circular Against Manish Sisodia, 12 Others; Dy CM Says ‘Can’t Find Me? What’s a Modi ji gimmick?’

The Central Bureau of Investigation has issued a circular against Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and 12 others regarding alleged irregularities in the implementation of the Delhi Excise Policy.

With the new circular, the Deputy CM and others will not be allowed to travel overseas. He now needs permission from the courts or the CBI to travel abroad.

He said he was “roaming freely” in Delhi and asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi if he could not find him.

Criticizing PM Narendra Modi, Sisodia also shared an old video of the PM attacking the CBI politicization. “Regarding the CBI raids, people should listen to what Modi has to say. If you don’t listen then you will miss a very important truth,” Sisodia wrote in a tweet sharing a video of the PM attacking CBI.

Look at Manish Sisodia Twitter:

In another tweet, he attacked the government for issuing surveillance notices despite the fact that “the CBI attack found no discrepancies or irregularities.” “All your attacks have failed, nothing was found. Misuse of even a penny is not found. You have now issued a snooping notice stating that Manish Sisodia could not be found. Is this Modi ji’s drama? I roam freely in Delhi, tell me where to come. Can’t you find me? Sisodia said in a tweet.

See Manish Sisodia Tweet Here:

The Central Bureau of Investigation on Friday raided 31 locations including Sisodia’s residence in connection with irregularities in the Delhi government’s Excise Policy 2021-22.

The central agency has also named two companies in the FIR. Friday’s CBI raid came after Lieutenant Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena last month recommended an investigation by the agency into alleged rule violations and procedural irregularities in implementing the policy that took effect on November 17 last year.

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