No initmation on Jethmalani letter to Kejriwal, says Manish Sisodia


New Delhi: On Wednesday Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has conveyed that he did not have any allusion about attorney general Ram Jethmalani’s letter inquiring AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal to resolve his over Rs 2 crore fee in offense cases registered by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.

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Sisodia further conveyed when inquired about the lawyer’s letter that, I have heard nothing about what Jetmalani has said. Sisodia’s response came along with reports that Jetmalani has resign as Arvind Kejriwal’s counsel and asked the CM to apparent the over Rs 2 crore fee.

Former this week, CM Kejriwal conveyed the Delhi High Court that there was no instruction from him to his counsel Jethmalani to use offensive statements next to FM Jaitley.

On 17th May throughout the cross-assessment of the Union minister prior to the Joint Registrar in the Delhi High Court, Jethmalani had purportedly used a term Jaitley had found objectionable.

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