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We have money trail, enough evidence… Know on what basis CBI arrested Kejriwal

Nita Yadav

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Arvind Kejriwal arrested by CBI

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has suffered another major blow in the alleged liquor scam case. CBI has arrested Kejriwal. Before his arrest, CM Kejriwal was produced in Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court. During the hearing, the CBI requested the court to remand Kejriwal, which was accepted by the bench of Justice Amitabh.

The investigating agency said that we should be allowed to take Kejriwal into custody and interrogate him. Kejriwal’s lawyer Vikram Chaudhary has termed the Chief Minister’s detention as worrying. Meanwhile, the CBI has presented the details of Arvind Kejriwal’s arrest before the court.

Liquor policy meeting held in 2021: CBI

The CBI has told the court that they have enough evidence to arrest Kejriwal. According to the CBI, on March 16, 2021, a liquor dealer was approached that Kejriwal wanted to meet on the liquor policy. K Kavita and Maguntha Reddy met on March 20.

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Aam Aadmi Party communications in-charge Vijay Nair was asked to coordinate the meeting. The CBI said that when the Corona epidemic was at its peak, despite the Covid lockdown, a team from the south came to Delhi by private plane. Buchibabu gave the report to Vijay Nair and then the file reached Sisodia.

We have a money trail: CBI

South Group said what Delhi’s liquor policy should be. CBI has told the court that we have enough evidence about the Goa trail that who gave money to whom. The CBI has also stated in the ground of arrest that the money given for election was spent. The liquor policy was changed only at the behest of the South Group.

The CBI has said that at the same time, Rs 100 crore was advanced by the South Group to increase the profit margin from Rs 6 to Rs 12. All amounts are paid in cash. The CBI said that we have been able to trace around Rs 44 crore and also have been able to find out how this money reached Goa and how it was used. Chenpreet Singh is giving money for elections, for Goa candidates and even for CM’s stay there.

The suggestions of the LG office were not heeded

Abhishek Boinpalli sent the report to Manish Sisodia through Vijay Nair. Sisodia’s secretary C Arvind typed the report and it was handed over to his camp office (CM). When this report went to the LG office it was considered and 7 questions were raised but never discussed.

There was only one suggestion from the LG’s office that it be sent by the Group of Ministers (GoM) and it was not considered. Everything was done in a hurry. Signatures were collected by circulation. No one wanted to wait.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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