CBI officer died by suicide as he was pressured to frame me: Manish Sisodia
5 September, 2022 | Pranay Lad
Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief minister of Delhi, made the sensational claim on Monday that a CBI agent committed suicide after being pressured to fabricate a case against the AAP leader. Sisodia...
Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief minister of Delhi, made the sensational claim on Monday that a CBI agent committed suicide after being pressured to fabricate a case against the AAP leader. Sisodia also questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi about why officers are under such intense pressure.
“A CBI officer was under pressure to fabricate evidence against me. He committed suicide because he was unable to handle the mental stress. At a press conference, Sisodia stated, “I want to ask the PM why officers are under such intense pressure that they take such extreme measures.
Jitendra Kumar, a deputy legal adviser for the CBI, is suspected of committing suicide last week at his south Delhi home, according to police.
A crime team and a forensic mobile team responded to a call about a man who had been discovered hanging at the Defence Colony police station at around 6.45 am on Thursday, according to a senior police official.
Following the filing of an FIR to look into alleged irregularities in the creation and implementation of the Delhi Excise Policy, which was released in November of last year, the CBI conducted a raid on Sisodia’s Delhi home last month.
Sisodia held the press conference shortly after the BJP released a “sting video” to criticise the AAP government over the liquor case. Sambit Patra, a BJP leader, also urged Delhi’s liquor vendors to avoid running away and record videos detailing the commissions they had to give Sisodia and chief executive Arvind Kejriwal.
Manish Sisodia, there is currently no way out, said Sambit Patra. “In response to Kejriwal Ji’s request for sting operations against any corruption, this is precisely what took place. A sting operation was conducted against Kejriwal Ji, the mastermind of the sting “said Patra.
After playing the purported sting video, Patra stated: “The modus operandi as revealed in the video is that 80% profit will go to Kejriwal and Sisodia and their friend. First, you give us our 80% commission and then sell the 20% however you can, we don’t care.”
Patra said, “Consider how they were looting. Even if they were giving one bottle free with a liquor bottle, they were making profits.
The “sting video” featured Sunny Marwah’s father, Kulvinder Marwah, who was the scam’s accusation number 12. Because Marwah Ji is admitting all of these in this video, the case is “open and shut,” the BJP leader said, adding that Sisodia no longer has any options for escape. The accusations have been rejected by Sisodia.