Delhi liquor scam accused Amit Arora arrested by ED
Delhi liquor scam accused Amit Arora arrested by ED

Amit Arora, another businessman, was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) as part of its investigation into money laundering in the Delhi Excise Policy case. Buddy Retail Pvt Ltd, with its headquarters in Gurugram, is directed by Arora. The Delhi Excise Policy case has resulted in ED making six arrests so far.

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Tuesday night, Arora was detained under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). Arora will probably be shown in front of a local court, where the investigation agency will ask for his custody.

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The case was registered after CBI’s FIR

After the CBI’s FIR, ED has already filed this case. According to the CBI’s most current charge sheet in the case, Amit Arora and the other two defendants, Dinesh Arora and Arjun Pandey are “close allies” of Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia and were obtained from those who held liquor licenses for the defendant public workers.

“Actively involved in misappropriation and misappropriation” was how the money was used. The ED also submitted its initial charge sheet in the case last week, listing the entities and the businessman Sameer Mahendru who had been detained.

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Investigation is being done into liquor scam

It is being investigated to see if Amit Arora’s generosity was utilized by government employees, including politicians and bureaucrats. The CBI and ED believe that Arora was not alone in helping to create the new liquor policy since there were other people involved who stood to gain financially.

Buddy Retail Pvt Ltd is a liquor retailer with locations in Delhi’s Zone-30 and Airport Zone. Also being looked into is whether or not Amit Arora’s business received a no-objection certificate from the airport authority. Arora reportedly kept in touch with the two bureaucrats who worked on the booze regulation.

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