After Delhi govt reverses new liquor policy, Sisodia accuses BJP of threatening shopkeepers and officers

On Saturday, Sisodia said that the BJP was threatening cops and shopkeepers with ED and CBI cases and that the saffron party wants to shut down legal liquor stores in Delhi in order to profit from illegal businesses.

On Saturday, Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief minister of Delhi, accused the BJP of threatening cops and shopkeepers with ED and CBI cases and claimed the saffron party wanted to shut down legal liquor stores in Delhi in order to profit from illegal businesses.

In response to an ongoing investigation into the excise policy by the Delhi Police’s Economic Offences Wing (EOW) and a standoff between the Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena and the Arvind Kejriwal administration over the matter, the Delhi government decided to revert to the old system of retail liquor sales for six months.

On Saturday, Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief minister of Delhi, accused the BJP of threatening cops and shopkeepers with ED and CBI cases and claimed the saffron party wanted to shut down legal liquor stores in Delhi in order to profit from illegal businesses.

In response to an ongoing investigation into the excise policy by the Delhi Police’s Economic Offences Wing (EOW) and a standoff between the Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena and the Arvind Kejriwal administration over the matter, the Delhi government decided to revert to the old system of retail liquor sales for six months.

On Saturday, Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief minister of Delhi, accused the BJP of threatening cops and shopkeepers with ED and CBI cases and claimed the saffron party wanted to shut down legal liquor stores in Delhi in order to profit from illegal businesses.

In response to an ongoing investigation into the excise policy by the Delhi Police’s Economic Offences Wing (EOW) and a standoff between the Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena and the Arvind Kejriwal administration over the matter, the Delhi government decided to revert to the old system of retail liquor sales for six months.

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