Investigation has started in the bank lockers of Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, accused of alleged scam in excise policy.
New Delhi: In the breaking development in the case, AAP leader Manish Sisodia today said his family got a “clean chit” in connection with the liquor excise policy case and that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officials found “nothing” at his home and in his bank locker. The investigation of the bank lockers of Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, accused in the alleged loss in the new excise policy in Delhi, has started. Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officials arrived to investigate at Punjab National Bank located in Vasundhara Sector 4, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh.
It was told that the CBI team will look into the register of the locker and along with it it will also collect the information of Manish Sisodia’s bank account, so this case may take time. Let us tell you that this investigation is being done regarding the alleged scam in the excise policy. On the other hand, Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, who reached the bank with his wife, said that nothing will be found in the investigation.
Earlier, the CBI had raided the house of Manish Sisodia. In the investigation started after allegations of alleged scam in the excise policy, the name of Sisodia has been topped by the CBI in its FIR. The FIR of the CBI has been registered under sections 120-B (criminal conspiracy) and 477-A (forgery of accounts) of the IPC.
Earlier on Monday, Sisodia had said that tomorrow the CBI is coming to see our bank locker. Nothing was found in the 14-hour raid at my house on 19th August. Nothing will be found in the locker either. Welcome to CBI. I and my family will have full cooperation in the investigation.
Sisodia’s name is among 15 people against whom an FIR has been registered in the alleged scam during the implementation of the Delhi Excise Policy. On August 19, the CBI had raided 31 places including Sisodia’s house in this case.