Delhi: ED raids are going on in many states on Tuesday morning regarding the Delhi Excise Policy. Searches are going on in many cities of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Telangana and Maharashtra including Delhi-NCR. According to the information, ED searches are going on at the locations of many liquor traders.
Manish Sisodia said – we do not know
On the raids being carried out by the ED, Manish Sisodia said that, in this case in the past also, the CBI has conducted raids. He had not received anything before, nor is he going to get anything now. Sisodia said that the investigation agencies are working to stop the work being done by the Arvind Kejriwal government regarding education and development. The attackers have acted honestly and will continue to do so. However, he also said that I have not yet received information about the action being taken by the ED.
Raid at Amit Arora and Sameer Mahndru's house
ED is conducting raids at the residence of businessman Sameer Mahndru in Jor Bagh, Delhi, Amit Arora, director of Buddy Retail Pvt Ltd in Gurugram, Haryana. Apart from this, raids are going on in many places of Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Telangana and Maharashtra.
Enforcement Directorate (ED) conducting raids in Delhi Excise Policy case. Searches are going on in Delhi and multiple cities in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab Haryana, Telangana, and Maharashtra: Sources pic.twitter.com/dl2aaejcaQ— ANI (@ANI) September 6, 2022
CBI raided Deputy Chief Minister's house
ED has become active for the first time in the liquor scam case. Earlier the CBI was probing the case. Let us tell you that in the liquor scam case, CBI raids have also been conducted at the house of Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. After this, the CBI had registered a case against many people and companies including Manish Sisodia.
LG had recommended investigation to CBI
It is worth noting that Lieutenant Governor Vinay Kumar Saxena had recommended a CBI inquiry to investigate the Delhi Liquor Scam case. In a report issued by the Chief Secretary, several loopholes were found in the Delhi New Excise Policy case, on the basis of which the Lieutenant Governor had ordered a CBI inquiry.