New Delhi: Sukesh Chandrasekhar, who is lodged in Delhi's Tihar Jail, has issued a new letter. He said that no one had asked him to write a letter against Satyendra Jain. He wrote this letter of his own free will. He said that all the incidents and claims made in the letter are true.
Sukesh further said that after writing these letters, there has been a great impact on the MCD elections. The Aam Aadmi Party lost all wards of Satyendar Jain's assembly seat. At the same time, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia lost 3 out of four seats. He has reiterated that he is being threatened inside the jail at the behest of AAP. Sukesh Chandrasekhar's new letter comes just two days after the committee set up by the Lieutenant Governor found evidence.
Reacting to Sukesh's new letter, BJP spokesperson Shahzad Poonawalla asked, "Will Kejriwal still defend the hardcore corrupt? Poonawala said that more letters from Sukesh Chandrasekhar have surfaced, in which he mentioned Mahathag Kejriwal and the recovery company. Now another charge of Rs 7 crore has been made. Recently, an inquiry panel found that all the allegations are serious and require a detailed investigation. Will Kejriwal still defend the hardcore corrupt? The investigation into the serious allegations made by Sukesh against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Tihar Jail minister Satyendar Jain has been completed. A three-member committee headed by the Principal Secretary (Home), set up to probe the allegations, submitted its report on Friday. In this, Sukesh reiterated his claims. He told the committee where, when, to whom, and why the Rs 60 crore was given. On November 14 and November 15, the committee recorded Sukesh's statement at Mandoli jail. It told the committee that it had given Rs 50 crore in four installments to Delhi Transport Minister Satyendar Jain at his farmhouse in Asola Mines and That Arvind Kejriwal was fully aware of these financial transactions.