CBI again sent summons to Manish Sisodia, summoned for questioning on February 26
In the Delhi liquor scam case, the CBI has once again sent a summons to Manish Sisodia, through which the Central Bureau of Investigation has summoned him for questioning on Sunday, February 26.
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Manish Sisodia has been summoned by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for questioning on February 26 at 10:30 am. Earlier, the CBI had called Sisodia for questioning on February 19, but he had requested the CBI to give him some more time for questioning, citing being busy with budget making. After which, accepting the demand of Sisodia, the CBI postponed the inquiry.
Now today the CBI has issued a new summon and summoned Manish Sisodia for questioning, after which while talking to the media, Sisodia said that "CBI has called for questioning on 26th February." However, after the new summons, Sisodia has not yet targeted the Central Government or the Lieutenant Governor in any way like last time.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) filed a charge sheet in January against 5 people besides 7 companies in the alleged liquor scam case. According to media reports, Manish Sisodia's name is not included in the second charge sheet filed by ED, but Sisodia's name is included in the FIR registered in this case.
Earlier, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia was questioned on October 17 last year. Along with this, in the same case, CBI raided Sisodia's house and office for the last time on January 14 this year. After which Sisodia tweeted that "Today again CBI has reached my office, they are welcome. They raided my house, raided my office, searched lockers, and even searched my village. Nothing was found against me. Will not get it because I have not done anything wrong. I have honestly worked for the education of the children of Delhi."