Two men raised allegations of corruption against Jain, who is Delhi’s PWD Minister and is under the CBI’s scanner for alleged money laundering.
AAP maintains that all of these cases are “fake”, “without basis” and are being done to destabilize the government.
The CBI visited Jain’s residence Monday to seek clarifications from his wife, Poonam Jain, in connection with an ongoing enquiry into allegations of money laundering against him.
In April this year, the CBI had registered a preliminary enquiry against Jain for alleged money laundering to the tune of over Rs 16 crore in 2010-12 and 2015-16.
“Another day, another raid! CBI now raids Minister Jain ‘s residence. Centre trying to silence dissenters via caged parrot,” Delhi government spokesperson Arunoday Prakash tweeted
According to CBI, there are allegations against Jain that he was involved in money laundering amounting to Rs 4.63 crore when he worked as a public servant.
The anti-graft body is also likely to write to the Delhi government to share details about the procurement of medicines.
According to Jain, Mishra defamed him by alleging that he had given Rs 2 crore to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. The statement was made by Mishra at a press conference on May 7.
Jain said his family members and a lot of people from his constituency questioned him about the incident which caused irreparable damage to his reputation.
Vijender Gupta tried to raise the issue of corruption allegations in land deals involving Arvind Kejriwal and Satyendra Jain
This development comes a day after the CBI had registered a case in connection with alleged irregularities in the appointment of Aggarwal.
Stating that the stretch has a 2 metre-wide cycle track, a footpath and a green belt, Sisodia asked the PWD to
explore the possibility of having a shaded cycle track with solar panels.
Rai Tuesday said he had asked Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to relieve him of his duties as transport minister earlier this month due to health problems.
He said the city government has undertaken a series of measures to curb pollution, both from vehicles and dust, which include marking of dedicated bus lanes and vacuum cleaning of roads under the Delhi government.
Fund will be used to offer subsidy or incentives to people who generate more than 1,000 units of electricity.