Daily Archive: June 16, 2017

Talk to AK programme probe: CBI records Delhi’s Deputy CM Manish Sisodia’s statement

The CBI today visited premises of Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia and recorded his statement regarding a preliminary enquiry against him related to alleged irregularities in the AAP’s ‘Talk to AK’ campaign. The programme was an interactive session for the public to speak to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. The agency had registered the PE in January this year on the basis of a complaint filed by the Vigilance Department of the Delhi government. The CBI sources told news agency PTI that no search or raid was conducted at the premises of Sisodia. According to rules, no search or raid can be conducted under a PE.

Beat the heat

Intense moves

The Parkour workout mimics military style of training; it is the art of navigating effortlessly through obstacles and includes jumping, running, swinging, vaulting and requires a great deal of precision. Six years ago, Abhishek Ghosal, 33, trainer at Delhi Rock, chanced upon Parkour while watching a TV show. "What we refer to as Parkour culture today was started by David Belle and Sebastien Foucan in France around twenty years ago. However, we have seen Jackie Chan and other martial art experts do similar moves since a longer time," says Ghosal. "The only equipment needed is one’s own body and creativity.

CBI questions Manish Sisodia: From Arvind Kejriwal to Satyendar Jain, here are 5 big cases AAP leaders are facing

With CBI visiting AAP leader and Delhi Chief Minister Manish Sisodia’s residence to seek clarification on certain issues on Friday, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) came in news once again for wrong reasons. While the CBI claimed there was no raid or search at Sisodia’s residence, AAP described the CBI questioning Manish Sisodia as a raid. "While CM .@ArvindKejriwal is busy inspecting hospitals, centre busy victimising! CBI raids at Dy CMs residence!" Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s media advisor Arunoday Prakash tweeted. "Earlier CM .@ArvindKejriwal ‘s office was raided!

Arvind Kejriwal seeks reports of officials’ field visits by June 19

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has directed Chief Secretary M M Kutty to submit reports of field visits of all officers by June 19. Kejriwal recently directed that every officer would make field visits for at least half-a-day every week and submit a report. "Whereas other officers may submit their reports to respective HODs/secretaries, all secretaries and heads of departments should submit their reports to the CS.