Arvind Kejriwal asks PM Modi to apologise after IT Dept raids premises of Kailash Gahlot
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Arvind Kejriwal asks PM Modi to apologise after IT Dept raids premises of Kailash Gahlot

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday demanded an apology from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to people for “constantly troubling” the AAP government, hours after the Income Tax Department carried out raids on premises linked to his minister Kailash Gahlot.

Terming the raid as “political vendetta”, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party accused the BJP-led central government of trying to “intimidate” the AAP dispensation by getting its leaders and ministers raided by central agencies.

Earlier in the day, the I-T Department conducted searches on multiple premises linked to Delhi Transport minister Gahlot in connection with an alleged tax evasion case, officials said.

“Friendship with Nirav Modi and Mallya and raid on us? Modiji you conducted raids on me Satyendar and Manish what happened to those (raids). Nothing was found. So before you go with another raid at least apologise to Delhi people for troubling their elected government,” Kejriwal tweeted in Hindi.

मोदी जी, आपने मुझ पे, सत्येन्द्र पे और मनीष पे भी तो रेड करवाई थीं? उनका क्या हुआ? कुछ मिला? नहीं मिला? तो अगली रेड करने के पहले दिल्ली वालों से उनकी चुनी सरकार को निरंतर परेशान करने के लिए माफ़ी तो माँग लीजिए? https://t.co/GUGEb0dwL5

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