Arvind Kejriwal lashed out at the Centre, said – don’t fight unemployment-inflation, play the game of CBI-ED everyday

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New Delhi: Political turmoil has intensified after the look out circular notice was issued against Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. The Aam Aadmi Party seems to be quite aggressive regarding this issue. All the big leaders of the party are attacking the central government on this issue. In this episode, Aam Aadmi Party’s convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has also attacked the central government by tweeting.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has tweeted and said that ‘At a time when common man is battling inflation, crores of youth are unemployed, the central government along with all the state governments should fight unemployment and inflation. Instead they are fighting with the whole country. Every morning the CBI starts the game of ED. How will such a country progress?’

On the other hand, Aam Aadmi Party’s Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh said that ‘look out notices are not being issued to the robbers, killers and terrorists worth lakhs of crores’. But a look out notice has been issued to the world’s best education minister, the hero of education revolution, Manish Sisodia. Why this gimmick Modi ji? Manish Sisodia is at home, go, we will meet.

Earlier, Manish Sisodia also expressed his displeasure when the lookout circular was issued against him. He has tweeted and said that ‘All your raids have been spread, nothing was found, not one paisa evasion was found, now you have issued a lookout circular that Sisodia cannot be found. What is this gimmick, Modi ji? I am roaming freely in Delhi, tell me where to come? You can’t find me?’

Let us tell you that in the alleged excise scam case, a lookout circular has been done against a total of 13 people including Manish Sisodia. So that no one can leave the country. Earlier on August 20, CBI had raided Manish Sisodia’s house. This raid lasted for 14 hours.

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