Atashi Singh also trapped along with CM Kejriwal, crime branch team reaches home – India TV Hindi

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Atishi Singh

A team from Delhi Police’s crime branch reached the house of sitting minister and ruling AAP leader Atashi in the national capital on Sunday. A crime branch official said the team had gone to Atashi’s residence to serve a notice to the Delhi Education Minister in connection with the Aam Aadmi Party MLA’s horse-trading allegations. The AAP had alleged that the BJP was trying to buy the MLAs with the lure of money through its ‘Operation Lotus 2.0’. She is trying to break the AAP MLA.

Kejriwal has been asked to reply within three days.

According to sources, the Delhi minister directed his camp office officials to receive the summons in his absence. Earlier, Delhi Police’s Crime Branch officials on Saturday had issued a notice to its convener and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in connection with allegations of horse-trading by MLAs. The crime branch officials issued a notice to the CMO officials in Kejriwal’s absence and sought a reply from the AAP supremo within three days.

Atashi Singh has blamed the BJP.

Atishi had earlier claimed that the BJP had approached many of its MLAs by bribing and threatening them. The AAP leader said that the BJP had launched ‘Operation Lotus 2.0’ and that AAP is trying to topple the democratically elected government in Delhi. 7 MLAs of AAP have been contacted by BJP and told that Arvind Kejriwal will be arrested soon and communalism will end. They are in touch with our 21 MLAs and are planning to use them to topple our government.

Atashi said that each of these 7 MLAs has been offered Rs 25 crore. He ran ‘Operation Lotus’ to come to power through the back door in states where he was not democratically elected. Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, Arunachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh are examples.

Atashi said – We have audio.

Atishi further claimed that AAP has an alleged audio clip of discussions on ‘Operation Lotus 2.0’ and said the party can bring it into the public domain if necessary. “So far, 7 MLAs have been contacted by the BJP. We have an audio clip of such conversations and will release it if required,” Atchi said.

BJP rejected these allegations.

However, the BJP rejected AAP’s claim of planning ‘Operation Lotus 2.0’ to topple its government in the national capital. Meanwhile, after the Delhi Crime Branch issued summons to the BJP on Saturday over poaching charges, Chief Minister and AAP national convenor Arvind Kejriwal hit out at the city police for their ‘politics’. Accused of ‘drama’. Instead of stopping the rising tide of crime in the capital, the masters…

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