Delhi Liquor Scam Updates: Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal was called by the Enforcement Directorate on Thursday, November 2, to appear for interrogation about the Delhi Liquor Policy scam. Kejriwal declared that the notification sent for questioning is unlawful and politically motivated before responding to the ED‘s inquiries.
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Today, CM Arvind Kejriwal is not appear before ED. Based on the information obtained, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and CM Kejriwal, have departed for Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh, to participate in an electoral campaign.
He claimed that the notice was delivered at the BJP‘s request so that he could not run for office in the four states that will hold elections. Withdrawing the notice right away is necessary.
Notably, in the interim, the ED has tightened its hold on a different minister in the Delhi administration. ED has arrived at the house of Delhi Government Social Welfare Minister Rajkumar Anand. The official residence of the minister in Civil Lines is being searched by the ED team. Sources claim that searches are being carried out by the ED over the money laundering case.