Sisodia raided, LG’s action on IAS officials: Ten points

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New
Delhi,
Aug
20:

Lieutenant
Governor
of
Delhi
Vinai
Kumar
Saxena
ordered
the
transfer
of
12
IAS
officers
last
evening
following
the
raids
on
Delhi’s
deputy
chief
minister
Manish
Sisodia
in
connection
with
corruption
in
liquor
policy
case.

Sisodia raided, LG’s action on IAS officials: Ten points
Central
Bureau
of
Investigation
(CBI)
officials
leave
after
a
raid
at
the
residence
of
Delhi
Deputy
Chief
Minister
Manish
Sisodia
in
connection
with
alleged
irregularities
in
Delhi
Excise
Policy,
in
New
Delhi,

Not afraid: Manish Sisodia after 14-hour CBI raidNot
afraid:
Manish
Sisodia
after
14-hour
CBI
raid

  1. The
    bureaucratic
    reshuffle
    comes
    after
    the
    raids
    on
    Sisodia
    who
    also
    handled
    the
    excise
    department.
  2. Sisodia
    is
    the
    main
    accused
    among
    the
    15
    names
    in
    the
    CBI’s
    FIR.
    The
    offences
    listed
    are
    corruption,
    criminal
    conspiracy
    and
    falsification
    of
    documents.
  3. 31
    other
    locations
    were
    also
    searched
    by
    the
    CBI
    across
    seven
    states.
  4. Following
    the
    raids,
    Sisodia
    said
    that
    his
    computer
    and
    phone
    were
    seized.
  5. Licences
    were
    handed
    over
    to
    private
    players
    following
    the
    launch
    of
    the
    policy
    in
    November.
  6. The
    policy
    was
    withdrawn
    on
    July
    30
    after
    a
    probe
    was
    initiated
    first
    by
    the
    Delhi
    Police’s
    Economic
    Offences
    Wing.
  7. The
    CBI
    said
    that
    Sisodia
    introduced
    the
    policy
    on
    who
    would
    be
    allowed
    to
    sell
    liquor
    in
    Delhi
    and
    the
    same
    was
    announced
    without
    the
    permission
    of
    the
    1
    Lieutenant
    Governor,
    who
    is
    the
    centre’s
    representative
    in
    Delhi.
  8. A
    company
    managed
    by
    an
    associate
    of
    Sisodia
    was
    paid
    Rs
    1
    crore
    the
    CBI
    alleged.
    The
    liquor
    companies
    and
    middlemen
    were
    actively
    involved
    in
    the
    irregularities
    in
    the
    framing
    and
    implementation
    of
    the
    excise
    police,
    the
    CBI
    also
    said.
  9. The
    LG
    had
    recommended
    the
    CBI
    probe
    last
    month
    following
    a
    report
    from
    the
    Chief
    Secretary
    who
    alleged
    irregularities
    in
    the
    new
    policy.
  10. The
    LG
    accused
    the
    Aam
    Aadmi
    Party
    government
    of
    bring
    in
    the
    new
    policy
    with
    the
    sole
    aim
    of
    benefitting
    private
    liquor
    barons
    for
    financial
    benefits.
    The
    AAP
    has
    however
    denied
    any
    wrongdoing