New Delhi: Lashing out at the Centre, Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia on Sunday alleged the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), Delhi police and the Anti-Corruption Branch (ACB) are only left with one task of “hatching" conspiracies against the Aam Aadmi Party leaders and arresting them.
Citing the visit of Pakistan’s investigation team to probe the Pathankot airbase attack in January, Sisodia also alleged that as these agencies don’t have any work but to “hatch conspiracy" against the AAP and that is why the Centre invites Pakistani investigation agencies to probe the terror attack in India.
The deputy chief minister’s remark came a few days after Delhi police booked a case against AAP MLA Prakash Jarwal for allegedly molesting a woman. Last month, the police had also arrested another AAP MLA Dinesh Mohaniya on charges of molestation and sexual harassment.
“CBI, ACB, Delhi police have only one work these days which is to hatch conspiracy against AAP and then arrest (the party’s leaders) which is why they (Centre) invite Pakistan’s agencies to probe terror attack (in India)," Sisodia tweeted.
Sisodia, who had accused the Centre of “hatching plot" to paralyse the AAP government in the national capital over “sudden transfers" of nine of its officers, said let the list of “achievements and failure" of CBI, Enforcement Directorate, ACB and other agencies be prepared, his claim will be proved itself.
While attacking the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at the Centre over the transfer of officers working with Delhi government, chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s deputy had also alleged central government is trying to run a “parallel" government through “unelected" persons in the national capital.
“Transfers are being done as part of conspiracy and dictatorship. The Centre is hatching conspiracy to hamper the development works in unauthorised colonies, installation of CCTV cameras and construction in government schools by transferring officers." “Modi talks about federalism, is this federalism to weaken the chief minister office?," Sisodia had asked.