Delhi Assembly's special session adjourned amid uproar
Delhi Assembly's special session adjourned amid uproar

New Delhi: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday slammed the BJP and said that the party leaders are acting like "serial killer to eliminate state governments".

Addressing the Delhi Assembly’s special session held on Friday, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader said that the officers of the CBI searched his clothes and even his children's clothes during the 14-hour raid at his residence but found nothing.

Deputy Speaker Rakhi Birla earlier marshalled out BJP MLAs for the full day of the session due to a video recording made by a party legislator, Ajay Mahawar, amid a commotion in the Assembly. The BJP MLAs then started to demonstrate outside the Assembly.

Soon after the session began, AAP and BJP MLAs began yelling at one another about the involvement of the national investigative agencies in the Kejriwal administration's excise policy for 2021–2022. While the AAP's excise strategy was referred to as a "scam," the BJP accused the AAP of trying to entice its MLAs to overthrow the Delhi government by raising the issue.

As the BJP members screamed "Dhokha-Dhokha," the AAP legislators shouted "Khokha-Khokha," alluding to charges made by their party that the AAP was promising each of them Rs 20 crore in exchange for switching sides.  The Delhi Legislative Assembly's extraordinary session was suspended for ten minutes by Birla as both sides continued to yell.

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