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As per the data released by Enforcement Directorate, anti-CAA protest was funded by the Popular Front of India (PFI), the leaders of Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party. PFI deposited Rs120 crores in 73 bank accounts for successful execution of the anti CAA protest around the city.

AAP vs Delhi Police over 'house arrest' drama: Manish Sisodia said, "Several MLAs stand outside CM residence. The police are not allowing us to go inside. But still, the police are falsely saying that there is no house arrest."

“It's sheer political dishonesty! In fact, the idiom about crocodile tears will have to be changed now to 'Kejriwal tears'. Delhi CM should withdraw the notification immediately & announce that Delhi govt won't implement the 3 laws & ensure assured govt marketing of crops at #MSP,” Sukhbir Badal tweeted.

Advocate Jivesh Tiwari, appearing for DUSU, said the fund is collected from students and nothing comes from the government and urged the high court to stay the implementation of the government’s decision.

Delhi, which had more or less brought Covid-19 under control, is witnessing fresh jump in Coronavirus cases from last week of August. The cases have seen an increase from 1,500 to 4,000 per day.

The Union Health Ministry said there are a total of 12,2793 COVID-19 cases in Delhi including 16031 active cases and 3628 deaths. Over one lakh people have been cured/discharged/migrated in the national capital.

This is the highest number of new cases to emerge in a single day in the city. On June 3 the city had recorded 1,513 infections.

Within days of making tall claims about Delhi government’s preparation, Chief Minister said that the capital is facing unprecedented situation and would require co-ordinated effort to contain the pandemic.

“The CDMO cum mission director central has mentioned that Sir Ganga Ram Hospital is still not using RT PCR app even till June 3, which is a clear violation of directions issued under Epidemic Disease Covid-19 Regulation 2020 Act,” the FIR stated.

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who also holds the finance portfolio, said he has requested for the Rs 5,000 crore assistance from FM Sitharaman, in a letter written to her.