Delhi: BJP protests over alleged ‘spying’, demands Manish Sisodia’s resignation

IndiaDelhi: BJP protests over alleged 'spying', demands Manish Sisodia's resignation
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The Delhi unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party on Thursday protested near the Aam Aadmi Party headquarters on DDU Marg here and accused Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia of alleged “snooping” by the Feedback Unit (FBU) of the Kejriwal government. demanded his dismissal from office.

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The Center cleared the way for registration of a fresh case against Sisodia by granting prosecution sanction to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for allegedly collecting “political intelligence” through a Delhi government department.

BJP’s Delhi unit working president Virender Sachdeva, party MPs Manoj Tiwari and Parvesh Verma, who participated in the protest, alleged that the FBU has put national security at “endangerment”. Sachdeva said the feedback unit reports directly to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and was also instructed to collect information on AAP’s political opponents, media organisations, business houses. demanded removal from

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The sanction to book Sisodia comes even as the CBI said it found in its preliminary probe that a “feedback unit” set up by the Delhi government to check corruption allegedly collected “political intelligence”. . The agency had recommended registration of an FIR against Sisodia. Sisodia hit out at the Center calling the development an act of “cowardice”.

He tweeted, “Registering false cases against your rivals is a sign of a weak and cowardly person. As the Aam Aadmi Party grows, more cases will be filed against us.

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Significantly, the CBI has also registered a case against Sisodia in the Delhi Excise Policy matter. He has to appear before the investigating agency in this case on 26 February.

Credit: bharat.republicworld.com /

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