Manish Sisodia writes to the CBI requesting an investigation into the former LG's shift in position on the opening of booze stores.

Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia asked for a CBI probe into former Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijals actions . Baijals actions caused a loss to the exchequer, Sisodia said .

New Delhi (India) August 6: The tussle between the Centre and the Delhi government over the Delhi excise policy dispute continued to brew on Saturday, when Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia asked for a CBI probe into former Lieutenant Governor (LG) Anil Baijal's actions, saying they had caused a loss to the exchequer.The Lieutenant Governor (LG) made a comeback to help some liquor store owners.As approved 48 hours earlier, the LG changed his own policy.Thousands of crores of dollars was owed to the government as a result of his decision, and a great many shopkeepers earned thousands more.

The Delhi deputy chief minister is being chastised by the BJP, which has alleged corruption in the AAP's liquor policy.Sisodia, on the other hand, blasted the former LG who was the ruling BJP at the Center.849 shops would be opened in Delhi under the new excise scheme, including in unregulated areas.Sisodia said that the LG did not object to the plan and accepted it two days before it was adopted, requiring that the Delhi Development Authority and the Municipal Corporation of Delhi be granted permission.

On August 31, the city's excise system for retail liquor vending will end.Beginning on September 1, the Delhi government corporations will operate retail liquor vends, and there will be no private players in the business.According to a news release, Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena expressed displeasure with investigating departments such as the Anti Corruption Branch (ACB) and the Directorate of Vigilance (DoV) in the course of an investigation into allegations of corruption against government officials.