Manish Sisodia, AAP MLA Commando Surinder taken into custody for visiting soldier house who commit suicide

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Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday attacked the central government after reports emerged that the Delhi Police had detained his deputy, Manish Sisodia, and MLA Commando Surinder.

He tweeted, “Manish Sisodia detained? He had gone to meet family of deceased Ram Kishan ji. He is elected Dy CM. Whats wrong wid u Modiji? So insecure?”


n his next tweet, Kejriwal asked if it was wrong for an elected deputy chief minister to visit the family of deceased soldier in his own state.

He wrote, “Should a deputy chief minister be arrested if he meets a family to condole a death. This is the height of goondaism.”

Earlier on Wednesday, Kejriwal had alleged that the Prime Minister was “lying” that the One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme was being implemented by the Centre, contending that ex-serviceman, Ram Kishan Grewal, would not have committed suicide if the scheme was being executed by the Centre.

“Both farmers and soldiers are committing suicide in Modi Raj. That means the Prime Minister is lying that OROP has been implemented. Why would Ram Kishan ji have committed suicide if OROP was being implemented?” Kejriwal said on Twitter.

The AAP leader also rued that it was “very sad” to see that soldiers have to fight against external enemy along border and “within” for their rights.

The whole nation should stand up for their rights, he urged.

Meanwhile, it is learnt that Kejriwal will the attend the cremation of Grewal later in the day.

70-year-old Grewal allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison over the issue of OROP here yesterday, police said.

Police said he along with some other ex-servicemen was in the process of submitting a memorandum to the Defence Ministry over the issue of OROP.

According to his friends, Grewal had been upset over the issue for sometime.

Ex-servicemen have been protesting over the OROP scheme introduced by the government.

Source : Janta ka Reporter


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