Amid CBI raids on Sisodia, fresh showdown over ‘paid promotion’ claims, AAP hits back with pointed retort


It was a politically charged day in the nation’s capital that saw two parties clash over the CBI raids on the home of Delhi’s deputy chief minister, Manish Sisodia, with the two parties clashing, throwing multiple allegations at the raids and the New York Times article on the Delhi public schools.

While the policy initially simmered over the raids at Sisodia’s residence this morning with the Aam Aadmi party calling it a political vendetta, the BJP alleged that “the blacklisted company received licenses under the new policy of AAP government excise, which they accused was done to benefit the alcohol mafia.

BJP MP Gautam Gambhir claimed fear of exposure forced Kejriwal’s government to withdraw the liquor policy soon after it was implemented. AAP MP Sanjay Singh countered by daring the BJP to ‘expose’ its claims about the Delhi government over liquor excise policy.

The political confrontation, however, quickly turned into a debate over the New York Times article which hailed the Delhi government for the success of the public school model in the state. The BJP wondered how the same article had been published in two international media at the same time, with the same images even being used by both publications. BJP spokesperson Shehzad Poonawalla tweeted calling it all a scam.

Kejriwal’s party hit back at the BJP allegations with AAP MP Raghav Chadha saying, “No international newspaper has published any articles on BJP’s achievements so far. This is the main reason why they call it paid information. Highlighting the technical details, AAP MP Saurabh Saurabh Bharadwaj said the khaleej times attributed the article they published to the NYT where it was originally published. “The BJP should have been happy that the NYT published such good news on India, instead it alleges that the NYT printed this paid advertisement on its front page. They should have some knowledge of the NYT because it is one of the most prestigious newspapers in the world,” Bharadwaj said.

Responding to CBI raids on Sisodia residence, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said he was ‘proud of his deputy CM’ and his work was published in one of the biggest newspapers of the United States and that more stories like this need to be broadcast in many more. world editions.

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