15 Apr 2023

Delhi Liquor Policy Case: What AAP, BJP Said After CBI Summoned Kejriwal

New Delhi: CBI has issued a notice to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for questioning in the Delhi liquor policy case. The agency has called him to the CBI office on April 16 at 11 am. This claim is being made in media reports quoting sources associated with the Aam Aadmi Party.

Kejriwal has been summoned as a witness in the case, but his name has cropped up in court documents in relation to alleged meetings, fixing commissions for private players, and the entry of political players and businesspeople from the south into Delhi's liquor business.


Kejriwal or any of his leaders aren't going to bow down: Sanjay Singh

After receiving the notice, Aam Aadmi Party MP Sanjay Singh held a press conference. He said- The central government is conspiring to put Arvind Kejriwal in jail, but we are not afraid. Kejriwal fought against corruption by fasting for 13 days. Prime Minister, it is necessary to tell the country about the scam of lakhs of crores of rupees that you have done with your friend.

After Arvind Kejriwal's statement in the Delhi Assembly, an attempt has been made to threaten him by giving a notice. Kejriwal or any of his leaders are neither going to bow down nor be afraid of this.


Kejriwal, Sisodia, Satyendar will sit in same barrack of Tihar: BJP

On the other hand  Virendra Sachdeva, the Delhi BJP president said that the day is not far when the "three friends" who miss each other — Arvind Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, and Satyendar Jain—will sit in the same barrack of Tihar jail.

"The Delhi BJP has all along been saying that Kejriwal is the mastermind of the liquor scam in which his minister Manish Sisodia is in jail. Kejriwal is directly involved in the scam because the excise policy was approved by his Cabinet under his chairmanship," Sachdeva alleged


Former Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia is in ED custody in this case. He was arrested by the CBI on February 26 after 8 hours of questioning. In the last hearing, the court had extended Sisodia's custody till April 17. The court will hear Sisodia's bail on April 18.


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