Have proof of ‘Operation Lotus' in Telangana, BJP poachers caught with Rs 100 crore, says Sisodia

Have proof of ‘Operation Lotus' in Telangana, BJP poachers caught with Rs 100 crore, says Sisodia

"No agencies will haunt you if you join BJP, Bharti told the TRS MLAs," Sisodia said during a press conference on Saturday.

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that no probe or central agencies would haunt a person if they join the Bharatiya Janata Party. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader, who is under the scanner pertaining to Delhi liquor policy and one who has witnessed multiple hours of questioning by the CBI, has repeatedly raised objections to the transparency in central agencies and alleged that he was targeted because he was an AAP leader.

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He said that the saffron party indulged in dirty politics and accused it of poaching legislators from the other parties, thus toppling an elected government. In a grave allegation, Sisodia said that a call recording was found on October 28 by the AAP wherein a BJP aide (Ramchandra Bharti), acting as its agent, was trying to poach Bharat Rashtra Samithi (BRS) MLAs.

"Bharti was openly telling the TRS (now BRS) MLAs that they would be given money and cars. Bharti told the TRS MLAs on the audio that we will make you meet BL Santosh," Sisodia alleged.

"No agencies will haunt you if you join BJP, Bharti told the TRS MLAs," Sisodia said during a press conference on Saturday.

Bharti told TRS MLAs that they are trying to poach 43 MLAs in Delhi, as per Sisodia.

"We have arrangements in Delhi as well. 43 MLAs will give up their membership in Delhi. We are operating in Delhi also in the same way," Sisodia said.

He said that the BJP had been executing Operation Lotus in the country and that three BJP associates who were poaching MLAs were caught with Rs 100 crore cash recently.

"The BJP is playing a dirty game of Operation Lotus in the country. On October 27th, a raid was conducted in Cyberabad, and three middlemen of Operation Lotus with Rs 100 crore cash were caught," Sisodia said while showing images of the three arrested in Cyberabad.

"Who is giving this money to them?" Sisodia asked.

"It should be investigated," he said while adding, "If this is true, then this is dangerous for the country."

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