AAP personality Manish Sisodia quizzed by Anti-Corruption Branch in DCW case

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New Delhi: The Anti-Corruption Branch questioned Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday in tie with a examine into an purported recruitment fraud in Delhi Commission for Women (DCW).

Sisodia was summoned by a ACB on 7 Oct informing him about a questioning.

The Deputy CM arrived around 11 am during a ACB bureau on Friday and his doubt continued for over dual hours, pronounced a comparison ACB officer.

“In a papers that were probed by a ACB, it was found that there was a minute from a bureau of Sisodia that had certified DCW as a physique with financial autonomy. As per rules, usually a LG can extend financial liberty to a body. We will be doubt him on this aspect,” sources had said.

A record print of Manish Sisodia. PTIA record print of Manish Sisodia. PTI

A record print of Manish Sisodia. PTI

The ACB has been probing a matter for a final few months and formed on a doubt of Maliwal’s staff, it was found that due procession “was not followed in appointments” and an FIR underneath applicable territory of Prevention of Corruption Act and sections 409 (criminal crack of trust) and 120B (punishment of rapist conspiracy) of a IPC was purebred opposite her.

Meanwhile, DCW arch Swati Maliwal termed ACB’s summoning of Sisodia as “political vendetta” and claimed that he had no purpose in a appointments done to a women’s panel.

“ACB summoning @msisodia reeks of domestic vendetta. He has no purpose in DCW appointments. DCW was always autonomous.

“Sad. ACB posterior fake box opposite me, not holding movement on my crime protest opposite Shiela Dixit for past 3 weeks notwithstanding justification (sic),” Maliwal pronounced in a array of tweets.