Manish Sisodia, Delhi's former deputy chief minister who's now under arrest on corruption charges, resigned on Tuesday night from all his ministerial posts. In his resignation letter, he said he would stay away until the charges against him were proven false.
One of India's most high-profile politicians, Mr Sisodia only entered politics a decade ago but is second in command of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), which governs the Indian capital and is vying to become a key opposition force ahead of next year's general elections.
He has played a major role in increasing the party's footprint not just in Delhi but across other states, most recently in neighbouring Punjab where it won a resounding mandate last year. บาคาร่า1688
So it's no surprise that Mr Sisodia's arrest on Sunday over alleged irregularities in a liquor sales policy in Delhi set off a political storm.