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Manish Sisodia resigns | AAP has become a party of “cut, commission, corruption”; Sisodia, Jain should have resigned earlier: BJP MIGMG News

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New DelhiThe BJP on Tuesday called the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) a party of “cutback, commission and corruption” and said its leaders Manish Sisodia and Satyendar Jain should have resigned from the cabinet long ago when the corruption allegations surfaced.

Deputy Chief Minister Sisodia was arrested by the CBI on Sunday evening in connection with alleged corruption in the formulation and implementation of Delhi’s now-cancelled liquor policy for 2021-22. Jain, on the other hand, has been lodged in Tihar jail since May last year in a money laundering case. The two ministers submitted their resignations to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday, which was accepted.

Attacking the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and its national convenor Kejriwal, senior BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad said those who claimed to be “flagships of the fight against corruption” had secured a governance that allowed liquor to be sold in Delhi. Increase in the number of alcoholics. Without naming any party, Prasad said he felt the “briefs and commissions” were the legacy of only one political party.

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Prasad said, “But today, I would like to say that the ‘Three C’s’ ie. “Sec, commission and corruption” also applies to Kejriwal’s party. He said that the AAP leaders have belittled the anti-corruption movement led by Anna Hazare. He said: “He should have resigned earlier. Jain and Sisodia should have resigned the moment the allegations against them surfaced.”

Describing the liquor scam case in Delhi as a “correct ‘textbook case’ of corruption”, Prasad said the BJP would take up the issue in every nook and corner of the country. He said the Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to grant immunity to one of the most prominent figures of the anti-corruption movement led by Anna Hazare. Prasad said, “It clearly indicates the merits of Sisodia’s petition that the apex court refused to grant any relief.”

Earlier, the Supreme Court refused to accept the bail plea of ​​Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in the Excise Policy case. Sisodia is currently in the custody of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). A bench of Chief Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice PS Narasimha said, “We are not inclined to entertain the petition under Article 32 in the present situation.” The bench said that just because the incident took place in Delhi, Sisodia cannot directly approach the apex court. The bench said that they have the remedy of approaching the trial court concerned as well as the Delhi High Court. (agency)

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