ED raids at 40 places across the country: Big action in Delhi Excise Policy ‘scam’ case.
Enforcement Directorate has taken another major action in the case of alleged corruption related to the Excise Policy of Delhi.
In the Delhi liquor scam case, the ED is currently raiding 40 locations across the country including Delhi-NCR, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Nellore, and Chennai.
It is being told that agency raids are going on at 25 locations only in Hyderabad.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is taking this action only in connection with the investigation of a money laundering case related to the Excise Policy ‘scam’ case.
ED raids at 40 places across the country: ED will question Jain.
It is being told that in this connection, the ED has obtained permission from a local court to interrogate the jailed Delhi minister Satyendar Jain.
It is expected that the agency will interrogate Jain in Tihar Jail today i.e. Friday, Where he has been imprisoned since his arrest by the ED on May 30 in another money laundering case.
Jain will be questioned on these dates.
If sources are to be believed, the ED has been authorized to question 57-year-old Satyendar Jain on September 16, 22, and 23 in the latest case.
Let us tell you that Jain, a minister without a portfolio in the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)-led Delhi government, had the responsibility of health and energy departments before he was taken into custody by the ED.
How did the controversy arise?
Sources said the ED had sought permission from a local court to record Jain’s statement in connection with the cabinet approval given by the AAP government to implement the new excise policy, which it got.
The ED case of money laundering in excise policy stems from a CBI FIR in which Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and some bureaucrats have been made accused.
The excise policy has now been withdrawn.
Delhi Excise Policy: Manish Sisodia retaliated on a sting operation, and said- the BJP should get CBI probed, and arrested in 4 days.
The senior leader of the Aam Aadmi Party and Deputy CM of Delhi Manish Sisodia has retaliated against the sting operation in the alleged scam case in Delhi Excise Policy.
Countering this sting operation, Sisodia said in the press conference that the CBI raid was done at my place. But the CBI got nothing.
If this sting is true, then within four days, after conducting a CBI inquiry, arrest me.
This sting is related to Amit Arora who is also an accused in the FIR registered by the CBI in the alleged scam case in the Excise Policy.