Time and again Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) party has proved that it has proficiency in looting the Aam Aadmi of Delhi. In one such incident, the Income Tax department raided the premises of AAP MLA from Uttam Nagar, Naresh Balyan and found crores of unaccounted cash.
After raiding multiple locations in Dwarka area which were linked to the AAP MLA, the preliminary reports said that around Rs 2.25 crores were seized by the Income tax sleuths. Initially the raid by IT officials was a limited action survey but after they found massive unaccounted cash, the raid was converted into a full-fledged ‘search and raid operation’. So the AAP MLA was detained and even the people linked to him were questioned.
A senior income tax official speaking on the raid, said “Balyan has been detained for questioning after it emerged that the recovered cash had purported links with him. The tax officials are questioning the MLA and others present with him about the source of the money”.
Over a year ago, Delhi Chief Secretary Anshu Prakash was beaten up in front of Arvind Kejriwal’s presence, that too at his residence. Trying to justify this goonda act, AAP MLA Balyan had then said “Whatever happened to the Chief Secretary (Anshu Prakash)… I say they should be beaten up, they should be thrashed… whoever obstructs the work being done for the common man, should be meted out the same treatment”.
But today we have evidence in front of us to say that Balyan has obstructed the government money from going into common people’s developmental work. So should the public beat up Balyan? Irony is that AAP supremo Kejriwal roams throughout the nation saying PM Modi is corrupt, but his own gang mates are getting caught red handed. Last year AAP leader and Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot was raided by IT dept for tax evasion.