Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal‘s home was visited by a squad from the Crime Branch of the Delhi Police on Friday evening. The ACP from the Crime Branch has arrived at Kejriwal’s residence to serve him with a notice over the Aam Aadmi Party MLAs’ alleged horse-trading. However, they had to go back empty-handed. The truth is that the CM wasn’t home when the team got there.
Kejriwal had claimed on January 27 that attempts were being made to purchase his MLAs. He claimed that the BJP had enticed its MLAs with party tickets and had offered them between Rs 25-25 crore.
Atishi, a government minister in Delhi, claimed in a press conference that the BJP is genuinely giving Aam Aadmi Party MLAs between Rs 25-25 crore. They tried to split seven of his MLAs. As promised, Atishi will make the audio clip available at the appropriate moment.
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