BJP protests against AAP in espionage case: Protest march from ITO to Delhi Secretariat, sits on dharna outside CM’s residence

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In Delhi, the BJP is protesting against the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) over the espionage case. BJP worker also took out protest march from ITO to Secretariat. Also protesting outside Kejriwal’s residence. Party workers have also been demanding the resignation of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Due to this many activists have been detained.

In fact, in the CBI investigation, the Kejriwal government has been accused of spying on BJP leaders. According to media reports, in 2015, the Aam Aadmi government had spied on politicians and officers. For this a feedback unit was created. The CBI has found the allegations to be true in the investigation.

The CBI has sought permission from Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena to probe further and the LG has now referred the matter to the President for investigation. BJP MP Manoj Tiwari said that Delhi’s Feedback Unit is spying. AAP is secretly listening. AAP leaders are not working for Delhi, but spying illegally with the taxpayers’ money of Delhi.

Feedback unit under initial investigation of CBI, complete matter in 4 points

  • Feedback Unit formed by Kejriwal government in 2015 Arvind Kejriwal formed a Feedback Unit (FBU) after securing a majority in the 2015 assembly elections. Its work was to monitor the departments, institutions, independent institutions and give effective feedback on the working here, so that necessary reforms can be taken on this basis.
  • FBU engaged in gathering political intelligence In the initial investigation of CBI, it has been revealed that apart from the work given to FBU, it was also engaged in gathering intelligence political information. She started gathering information on political activities of a person, institutions associated with him and issues of political benefit to AAP.
  • FBU investigated 700 cases, 60% of them political According to CBI, it is not yet clear whether FBU is still active or not. FBU has investigated 700 cases so far, 60% of which were political or those that have nothing to do with surveillance.
  • Investigation on Vigilance Officer’s complaint, report submitted on January 12 In 2016, the CBI started the investigation on the complaint of an officer working in the Vigilance Department. On January 12, 2023, the CBI filed a report in the Vigilance Department. The agency has demanded Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena to register a case against Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia. The CBI has sought permission to register a case against Sukesh Kumar Jain, who was Vigilance Director in 2016, and several others. According to sources, LG Saxena has now sent the matter to the President.

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