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ED: Arvind Kejriwal was kingpin of excise policy case

ED: Arvind Kejriwal was kingpin of excise policy case

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Delhi Chief Minister and AAP national convener Arvind Kejriwal was “kingpin” and “key conspirator” in 2021-22 excise policy “scam”, ED has said in its seventh supplementary chargesheet in the case.

ED – Enforcement Directorate has filed its seventh chargesheet in financial irregularities case related to Delhi’s excise policy of 2021-22 and the Court has accepted 208-page document, which concludes that AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal is kingpin and primary beneficiary of the scheme.

ED in its supplementary chargesheet in the Delhi Excise Policy Case, has listed Arvind Kejriwal as the accused number 37 and the Aam Aadmi Party as the accused number 38.

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ED has said in the charge sheet that Arvind Kejriwal is the patron of Aam Aadmi Party and hence he is responsible for every activity of the party.

The chargesheet claims that Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal was aware of and involved in using the bribe money in Goa elections. The details of WhatsApp chat between Kejriwal and accused Vinod Chauhan have also been mentioned in ED chargesheet.

 ED chargesheet also claims that K Kavitha’s PA had sent over Rs 25 cr to AAP through Vinod Chauhan during the Goa elections.

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 The chargesheet alleged that Kejriwal’s close aide Vinod Chauhan directly interacted with the hawala traders and was responsible for transferring Rs 25 crore through the hawala route for the Goa polls.

ED has said in its supplementary charge sheet that Arvind Kejriwal had full knowledge about the ‘proceeds of crime’ and he was involved in it. Kejriwal has also been described as the ‘main conspirator’ in the charge sheet.

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