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Delhi Liquor Excise Policy case - ‘will find blueprint of..’ Sisodia says as ED raids over 35 locations

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is conducting raids in 35 locations in multiple cities including New Delhi in connection with the Delhi excise policy case, Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia, who has been named as an accused in the CBI's FIR in the alleged liquor scam case, said that the raids are part of an attempt to “stop the good work being done by” chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.

Prior, CBI had directed a look at Sisodia's true home other than a few areas regarding the supposed debasement in the execution of Delhi's extract strategy. Sisodia is probably going to be named as charged in the illegal tax avoidance test too.

AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj said the ED also gave "clean chit" to Manish Sisodia. "The ED is conducting raids at many places but it did not come to Manish Sisodia's residence for conducting raids. It was because they knew that nothing will be found in the raid, so they did not conduct any raid. After the CBI, the ED has now also given clean chit to Sisodia," said Bharadwaj.

Speaking to reporters, Sisodia said, “first the CBI conducted raids, they found nothing. Now, the ED is conducting raids, they too won’t find anything,” adding that they will "only find more blueprints of schools."

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has kept up with that the claims of debasement named against Sisodia are politically propelled and blamed BJP for attempting to purchase MLAs to expel the Kejriwal-drove Delhi government.

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