Delhi CM accuses ED and CBI of lying in phone destruction case involving Deputy CM Sisodia

In a stunning development, Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has been accused of destroying 14 of his phones, and now the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) are claiming to have recovered a total of 5 of those phones.

However, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has accused these agencies of lying to the court and has questioned how they could recover the phones if they had been destroyed.

The accusations against Sisodia came to light during an investigation into allegations of corruption and money laundering against him. According to reports, Sisodia had allegedly destroyed 14 of his phones to hide evidence related to these charges.

Now, the ED and CBI are claiming that they have managed to recover a total of 5 of these phones. However, Kejriwal has raised doubts about their claims and has accused them of lying to the court.

In a statement to the media, Kejriwal said, “If Manish Sisodia had destroyed those phones, then how did the ED and CBI get those phones? These agencies are lying to the court.”

The accusations against Sisodia have already sparked a political firestorm in Delhi, with opposition parties calling for his resignation and the ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) rallying around him.

Sisodia himself has denied the allegations, calling them “baseless” and “politically motivated.” He has also accused the ED and CBI of using “unfair tactics” to target him.

As the investigation into these allegations continues, the political fallout from this scandal is likely to only grow more intense in the days ahead.


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