In a recent turn of events, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) boss, Arvind Kejriwal, has voiced his support for colleague Sanjay Singh, whose home was searched in connection with the ongoing Delhi liquor policy case.
Despite over 1,000 raids being conducted, no illegally acquired funds have been discovered. Kejriwal has criticized the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), accusing them of attempting to disrupt their opponents ahead of the upcoming general election.
Kejriwal Questions the Alleged Liquor Scam
Since long, allegations of a liquor scam have dominated the political landscape in Delhi. The BJP has been relentless in its pursuit of tarnishing the image of the AAP government.
In response to these accusations, Kejriwal emphasized that more than 1,000 raids have been conducted, yet not a single penny of unlawfully obtained money has been recovered.
“They just keep alleging ‘scam’. I did a thorough investigation, and the results were clear – nothing. There is no substance to these claims,” stated Kejriwal.
Standing firmly beside his AAP colleague, Kejriwal expressed his confidence that Sanjay Singh’s premises would also yield nothing incriminating.
He attributed these searches to the mounting fear within the BJP that they may lose ground in the upcoming elections.
“Elections are looming, and the BJP fears defeat. Hence, these desperate attempts to tarnish the image of our party,” declared Kejriwal.
Arvind Kejriwal’s unwavering support for Sanjay Singh and his strong denial of any wrongdoing within the party showcase the AAP’s determination to stay true to their principles.
With over 1,000 raids yielding no evidence of illegal activities, Kejriwal’s assertions hold weight.