Conman Sukesh refers to Jacqueline as "bomma" and claims that only commission counts to Kejriwal, Sisodia, and Jain

Conman Sukesh refers to Jacqueline as "bomma"

Conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar has levelled new accusations against Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia, and Satyendar Jain in a new letter to the media.

Chandrashekhar claimed in a 5-page letter that AAP leader Sisodia "looted commissions" in each agency he oversaw as Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister. The con artist, who is detained in the Mandoli jail in the nation's capital, wrote that the only thing that counts to the AAP leaders Kejriwal, Sisodia, and Jain is commission.

Chandrashekhar mentioned a "tablet scam" and said he had purchased tablets from a Chinese supplier, but the AAP administration under Kejriwal chose to award the contract to another party in exchange for a 20% higher commission.

Chandrashekhar claimed in yet another explosive letter that Kejriwal and his party officials routinely discussed commission and kickbacks, which were ultimately decided upon and proven by the AAP convener.

On his birthday, Kejriwal and Jain allegedly sang the well-known Sholay song "Ye dosti tum nahi todenge" to "persuade" Sukesh Chandrashekhar to donate from South India and the Middle East.

Jacqueline Fernandez, an actress, received greetings from the con artist for Holi.

"I want to send a very Happy Holi to all of my media friends, my family, supporters, and my love, my princess ever beautiful Jacqueline. You are my baby girl, my doll, and I will always adore you "He composed.

A few days ago, the Delhi Prisons Department searched Sukesh Chandrashekhar's cell and found two pricey pairs of trousers and slippers worth over Rs 1 lakh.

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