Stop vendetta politics, Kejriwal tells PM after raids on hospitals run by Yogendra Yadav’s sisters

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi stop ‘vendetta politics’ as he came out in support of Swaraj India chief and erstwhile colleague in Aaam Admi Party Yogendra Yadav after raids at two hospitals owned by his sisters.
“We strongly condemn victimisation of Yogendra Yadav’s family by the Modi government through the use of agencies like IT (Income Tax Department). Modi government should stop such vendetta politics,” Kejriwal tweeted.
Yadav, a founding member of the AAP was expelled from the party in April 2015 along with Prashant Bhushan, Anand Kumar and Ajit Jha for ‘anti-party activities’.
On Wednesday, Yadav put out a series of tweets saying that hospitals run by his sister in Haryana’s Rewari were raided by Income Tax officials.“The Modi regime now targets my family. Two days after my nine-day padyatra in Rewari and launching of agitation for MSP (minimum support price) and against liquor thekas, a massive IT raid is on at the hospital-cum-nursing home of my sisters in Rewari. In another tweet, he said that more than 100 officials from Delhi raided the hospital at 11 a.m.