After 14 hours of raid in the house, now CBI will investigate Manish Sisodia's bank locker

By tweeting, Manish Sisodia informed that the CBI will come to see his bank locker on Tuesday. Sisodia said that the probe agency had not received anything earlier and will not get anything. On the other hand, Aam Aadmi Party has demanded a CBI inquiry accusing Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena of a scam of Rs 1400 crore.

After 14 hours of raid in the house, now CBI will investigate Manish Sisodia's bank locker

According to Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is coming to see his bank locker on Tuesday. Many close relatives of Manish Sisodia have been questioned regarding the investigation of the liquor scam, his house has also been raided for 14 hours. Now Deputy CM Sisodia has claimed that the CBI is going to come to investigate his bank locker on Tuesday. He said that on August 19, nothing was found in the 14-hour raid at my house, Bhil will not be found in the locker, but still, you are welcome.

Manish Sisodia has given this information by tweeting. He tweeted and wrote, "Tomorrow CBI is coming to see our bank locker. Nothing was found at my house on 19th August in 14 hours raid. Nothing will be found in the locker also. Welcome to CBI. Me and my family in the investigation. Will have full cooperation."

At the same time, after Sisodia's tweet, the CBI also stamped his claims. His bank locker is actually going to be checked tomorrow. The CBI issued a statement saying that this investigation would be done under a prescribed procedure. A member of his family is also going to be present in the inquiry.

Let us tell you, on August 19, the CBI raided 31 places in 7 states, including the residence of Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, regarding the scam in the new liquor policy of Delhi. Last month, Lt Governor VK Saxena recommended a CBI inquiry after the Delhi Chief Secretary's report alleging irregularities in the liquor policy. Liquor shop licenses were handed over to private traders under the policy launched in November. There have been allegations of corruption in this liquor policy.

On the other hand, the Aam Aadmi Party has now accused Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena of committing a scam of Rs 14 hundred crores while being the president of Khadi Village Industries. AAP MLAs claimed that during demonetization, there were many complaints in the PMO that Khadi Village Industries had converted old notes into new notes on a large scale. The party's demand is that the central government should conduct a CBI inquiry into it. Attacking the central government, the Aam Aadmi Party, demanding the resignation of the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, has announced that the MLAs of his party will hold a sit-in in the Delhi Assembly tonight.