ED issues 8th summons to Arvind Kejriwal in liquor scam case
ED issues 8th summons to Arvind Kejriwal in liquor scam case

Delhi: CM Arvind Kejriwal has been called by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) once more about the purported liquor scam in Delhi. This is the eighth summons that the Delhi Chief Minister has received from the investigating agency. Earlier, Arvind Kejriwal persisted in his claim that the seven ED summonses were unlawful.

Tuesday saw Arvind Kejriwal receive another summons from the ED on the liquor policy (Delhi Excise Policy), and they scheduled a meeting for March 4th to question him.

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reportedly stated that the ED summons is a tactic used to exert pressure on INDIA to withdraw, according to news agency PTI. He will appear before the investigating agency at the court’s request.

The special thingĀ is that on Monday, February 26, the Delhi Chief Minister did not appear before the ED. In response to ED’s summons, AAP stated that although ED is sending the summons, the case is still pending and the next hearing is scheduled on March 16. AAP stated that ED should wait for the court’s ruling rather than delivering summonses daily.

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