Explosive Allegations: ED Accuses Delhi CM Kejriwal of Masterminding Massive Liquor Scam – Shocking Details Inside!

The Enforcement Directorate has labeled Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as the “kingpin and key conspirator” and his Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) as the “major beneficiary of proceeds of crime.”

This follows the filing of the federal agency’s seventh supplementary charge sheet, detailing alleged financial irregularities linked to the now-defunct excise policy of 2021-22. Special Judge Kaveri Baweja took cognizance of the 208-page document on Tuesday, listing Kejriwal and AAP as the accused.

According to the charge sheet, Kejriwal was “knowingly involved in the use of proceeds of crime generated in the 2022 AAP Goa election campaign” and was “intrinsically and actually involved in the entire conspiracy.” It further claims that Kejriwal sought Rs 100 crore in kickbacks from the South Group members for a liquor sales contract, with Rs 45 crore allegedly used to finance AAP’s Goa election campaign.

The ED alleged that Kejriwal denied any involvement, stating that Vijay Nair, former AAP communications-in-charge and co-accused, reported to Delhi ministers Atishi and Saurabh Bharadwaj. Kejriwal also indicated that Durgesh Pathak, the state prabhari for Goa, managed the funds, denying any knowledge of kickbacks from K Kavita, a Bharat Rashtra Samithi functionary and co-accused.

The ED cited screenshots of chats between Kejriwal and Vinod Chauhan, suggesting a close relationship. The agency claimed that hawala note numbers found on Chauhan’s phone matched data seized by income tax officers, indicating Chauhan’s role in transferring Rs 25 crore through hawala for the Goa elections. The charge sheet also alleged that Chauhan had influence over the Delhi chief minister, including managing postings at the Delhi Jal Board.

Furthermore, Kejriwal allegedly used a portion of the proceeds for personal purposes. Chanpreet Singh, tasked with managing funds from Chauhan in Goa, allegedly arranged and paid for Kejriwal’s stay at a five-star hotel in November 2021. The ED stated that Singh could not provide a satisfactory explanation for this expenditure.

The charge sheet presented a detailed money trail of the proceeds of crime transferred from the South Group to the AAP elections. It also noted that Kejriwal ignored nine summons from the ED for questioning. Despite being presented with evidence, including phone call records and data seized by the income tax department, Kejriwal maintained he had no knowledge of the transactions involving Rs 45 crore through hawala.

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