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BJP's big charge against Manish Sisodia over liquor policy case; watch sting video

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 5 September 2022, 15:06 IST
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) put out a sting operation video in a press conference on September 4 claiming that the clip will expose the Aam Aadmi Party’s hand in the Delhi liquor scam. An accused in the liquor case has admitted that the Delhi government took a kickback.

BJP MP Sambit Patra shared a video footage saying that it would spotlight how the Arvind Kejriwal led Delhi Government is corrupt.

The ‘sting operation’ video involves Kulvinder Marwa, whose son is an accused in the Delhi liquor scam.

"Even if they were giving one bottle free with a liquor bottle, they were making profits. Consider how they were looting," Sambit Patra said.

The sting operation video alleged that blacklisted companies were given licenses by Kejriwal led Delhi government.

The BJP leader further claimed that Marwah himself admitted to all these things.

Here's the video:


The accused in the case [Marwah] can be heard saying in the video that there is only 20 paise worth goods in Rs 1, while the rest 80 paise profit goes to the Delhi government.

“They took Rs 253 crore fom us saying do as many shops as you want,” said Marwah adding that “Delhi government takes Rs 500 crore from rich people.”

“They have even given tenders to the blacklisted companies too,” said Marwah.

“Arvind Kejriwal and Sisodia have put 80 per cent profit in the pockets of their friends. BJP is appealing you to make a video of your shop and how much much commission you paid for that and go to CBI,” Patra added.

“Do not be afraid Manish Sisodia ji, now you do not have any scape route,” the BJP MP said after playing the sting video.

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First published: 5 September 2022, 15:06 IST