Arvind Kejriwal's "Missed Call" Campaign Amid CBI Raid On Manish Sisodia

Arvind Kejriwal's "Missed Call" Campaign Amid CBI Raid On Manish Sisodia

Arvind Kejriwal launched a campaign called “Missed Call”, in which he urged people to “nationally mission” on the day that Manish Sisodia was raided by CBI.

In a video address, the Delhi Chief Minister stated that “To Join Our National Mission to Make India Number 1 please miss call at 9510001000. Let’s Take India on the Top.”

Hours after Manish Sisodia was raided by the CBI, Mr Kejriwal spoke out. He is his second in Delhi’s Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

The CBI raid is not a reason for panic. They should just do what they are supposed to. He said that they have been given orders by above to harass us.” He also accused the Centre of targeting his party’s leaders due to their outstanding work, which had been widely praised.

M. Kejriwal held up the frontpage New York Times article that praised Mr Sisodia’s educational model for Delhi. He said, “There will certainly be obstacles. But our work won’t stop.”