Earlier on Sunday, the CBI officers said a lookout notice has been issued against Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and 12 others in the FIR filed in the excise policy.
New Delhi: A couple of days after CBI raids at Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia’s residence besides several other locations across the country over corruption in Delhi Excise Policy on Sunday said that the whole country wants Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as next Prime Minister of the country. He said that Kejriwal becoming the next prime minister is not an individual’s ambition.
Sisodia said that ‘a chance to Kejriwal’ has become a national-level talk, Sisodia. “People have been seeing him as an alternative to Narendra Modi in the next Lok sabha elections scheduled in 2024. The AAP chief talks about health, education and employment.” he said.
Targeting BJP, CBI and Delhi LG, the Deputy CM said that they have a single agenda to motive to stop Arvind Kejriwal else next Lok Sabha polls will go out of BJP’s hands.
Earlier on Sunday, the CBI officers said a lookout notice has been issued against Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and 12 others in the FIR filed in the excise policy. The lookout notice was issued to restrict the accused from travelling abroad, CBI officers said.
On Friday, the CBI conducted raids at Sisodia’s house and the house of an IAS officer among over 30 locations across seven states. On the lookout notice against him, Sisodia targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and tweeted, “All your raids have failed, nothing was found. Now, you have issued a lookout notice against me. What is this gimmick Modi ji? I am right here in Delhi, please tell me where should I come.”
A day after the 14-hour long CBI raid at his residence Sisodia on Saturday had attacked the BJP-led central government. The Deputy CM alleged misusing of central agencies to settle political scores with Aam Aadmi Party leaders, especially Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Sisodia, while holding a press conference, said that he may be arrested by the investigation agency in the next three to four days.