“Did any journalist ask Amit Shah on Bansal’s suicide note or they had gone there after committing suicide?”

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Delhi’s deputy chief minister, Manish Sisodia, on Friday launched a blistering attack on the BJP president Amit Shah for his criticism of Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal on surgical strikes.

Sisodia took to Twitter to ask media persons if anyone could muster courage to ask Shah on his name featuring in BK Bansal’s suicide note. 

Amit Shah
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Sisodia asked,”Did any journalist ask Amit Shah on Bansal’s suicide note or they had gone there after committing suicide? ”

Slamming Shah for ‘distributing’ his rivals certificates on patriotism, Sisodia said, “So, now Amit Shah will distribute certificates to others on patriotism. The entire country knows his criminal past. Amit Shah doesn’t have stature to pronounce Arvind Kejriwal’s name. Amit Shah is a black spot on political virtuousness.”

The deputy CM of Delhi also sought to remind Shah that the Indian army belonged to the entire country.

He wrote, “The army is ours, it belongs to the people of this country. The army jawans are ours. Who’s made Amit Shah the in-charge of the Indian army.”

Former Corporate Affairs DG in the government of India, BK Bansal, in his suicide note had alleged that the CBI DIG had threatened him using Shah’s name.

He had written,  ” ..DIG Sanjeev Gautam, two lady officers and fat hawaldar must be made to go through the lie detector test. The truth will come out. The DIG once said, ‘I’m Amit Shah’s man. Who can touch me? What I will do to your wife and daughter that hearing their treatment will send shivers down people’s spine…”

Shah in his press conference on Friday had attacked Kejriwal for his comments on surgical strikes. He alleged that the Delhi CM had become hugely popular in Pakistan because of his comments.

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