Arvind Kejriwal Will Be Questioned By CBI Tomorrow. Here’s Why.

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Arvind Kejriwal will be questioned by the CBI regarding the excise policy case on April 16

On April 16, the Central Bureau of Investigation called Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi and the national coordinator of the AAP, to testify in the case involving the liquor excise policy.

Earlier on Wednesday, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) informed a Delhi court that AAP leader Manish Sisodia, who had been detained in connection with an alleged money laundering scheme involving the excise tax, had planted fabricated emails to demonstrate that the policy had received support from the general public.

On April 16, the investigation agency called the chief minister.

The AAP has asserted that the central government is applying pressure now that it is recognized as a national party in the interim.

Recently at 6:24 p.m., an AAP spokesperson declared, “CBI call a conspiracy to detain CM Arvind Kejriwal; neither AAP nor he will submit.”

At 6:11 p.m., AAP MP Sanjay Singh reports that “Arvind Kejriwal, the CM of Delhi, has been sent a CBI summon.”

Today morning Arvind Kejriwal said ‘I will definitely go to the CBI office, If I am not ‘Imandar’ then no one in the world is’

“You and your administration are completely corrupt, and I want to reassure the PM that Arvind Kejriwal will keep up his fight against corruption despite this CBI summons. Arvind Kejriwal’s voice won’t be muzzled by the plot you hatched to imprison, arrest, and take action against him on April 16,” he continued.

The other sources claim that the Delhi chief minister had received a summation and had appeared before the CBI on 16th April.

Earlier, at 5:24 p.m., Delhi’s chief minister Arvind Kejriwal declared, “There are many anti-national forces in the nation who oppose the advancement of the nation. Who wouldn’t want the Dalits and poor children in this country to receive a high-quality education?… Manish Sisodia was jailed by all of those who disapproved. The people who jailed him are enemies.

The CBI imprisoned Manish Sisodia in February, the Delhi deputy chief minister and a key figure in the AAP. After being interrogated for more than eight hours regarding the Delhi Excise Policy Case, he was arrested.

Sisodia was detained under Sections 7 of the Prevention of Corruption Act, Section 477 A of the Indian Penal Code, and Section 120 B of the Indian Penal Code (criminal conspiracy).

The CBI should look into claims that the new excise policy gave private spirits vendors “undue benefits” in July of last year, according to Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena. The CBI conducted more than 20 raids in Punjab and the Delhi-NCR later in August. Several places were searched, including Manish Sisodia’s home.

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