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Conspiracies won’t break me, but the CBI is welcome: Sisodia 

Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief minister of Delhi, said on Friday that despite conspiracies, he would not be broken and would not waver in his commitment to fighting for quality education.

According to a tweet from Sisodia, the CBI has arrived and is welcome. After filing a FIR in relation to the Delhi Excise Policy 2021–2022, the investigation agency searched 19 additional locations in addition to the Aam Aadmi Party leader’s residence.

“We are fundamentally honest people who are influencing the lives of thousands of kids. It is extremely regrettable that those who contribute to our nation are subjected to such abuse. That is why our nation was unable to surpass others, “said Sisodia.

He promised to provide full cooperation in the investigation so that the truth can be discovered quickly in a series of tweets.

“There have been many cases against me up to this point, but nothing has been proven. Nothing will be revealed in this as well. I will not stop working for high-quality education in this nation “He declared.

Sisodia claimed that the excellent work being done in Delhi’s health and education sectors had upset the populace. Because of this, he claimed, references to himself and Satyendar Jain, who is currently in jail, were made by Delhi’s ministers of education and health.

There are false accusations made against us, and the court will reveal the truth, he continued.

“Your plots won’t succeed in breaking me. For the many thousands of Delhi-area children, I built these schools. My strength comes from the joy we brought to the thousands of children. Your goal is to destroy me, “said Sisodia.

A CBI investigation into alleged irregularities in the implementation of the Excise Policy 2021–22 was recommended by Delhi Lt Governor V K Saxena last month. In the case, he had also suspended 11 excise officials. Sisodia had also called for a CBI investigation into the alleged flaws in the policy.

Jain is currently being held in judicial custody after being taken into custody on May 30 by the Enforcement Directorate in accordance with the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) provisions.

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