The Delhi government may have refused to come out with the oxygen audit report, but the reality seems to be different. Evidence shows that this report was given to the Delhi government. Dhananjay Mohapatra, senior reporter of our associate newspaper The Times of India (ToI) gave this information. He tweeted a screenshot of an e-mail and wrote, ‘Oxygen audit report has been given to Delhi government three days ago.’ In fact, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said in a press conference that no such report has come, citing which his government is being surrounded.
ToI reporter gave evidence
However, the evidence presented by our reporter Dhananjay Mohapatra clearly shows that the Oxygen Audit Team constituted by the Supreme Court has not only given its report but has also reached the Delhi government three days ago. . Dhananjay has shared the affidavit submitted to the Supreme Court in another tweet. He wrote, ‘The affidavit given on June 22 also states that the report is attached.’
However, Sisodia has challenged that the report on which the Delhi government is being attacked has not come. He said in the press conference, ‘Where are those reports, is there the report of the Oxygen Audit Committee, which should be signed. Bring that report. I challenge him to come out with the report. Lies and deceit abound. This matter is going on in the Supreme Court. This kind of conspiracy is not good. “Since morning, BJP is abusing Arvind Kejriwal by citing a so-called report regarding lack of oxygen. Union ministers, big leaders of the country, spokespersons are coming and abusing on media, Twitter and social media. The truth of the so-called report is that there is no such report.
Keep in mind that the BJP became an attacker as soon as the news came about the trouble of the Delhi government in the report of the Oxygen Audit Committee. When the party spokesperson called it a criminal act by holding a press conference, many other BJP leaders including Railway Minister Piyush Goyal targeted the Delhi government through tweets. On the other hand, the demand for the arrest of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal also arose on Twitter. Before quoting the report ‘Delhi Govt’ and ‘Kejriwal’ started trending and after a while #ArrestKejriwal joined the top trends.
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