ED Files New Court Complaint Against Arvind Kejriwal for Ignoring Summonses

Enforcement Directorate files fresh court complaint against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for ignoring multiple summonses in a money laundering case, citing his failure to attend summonses no. 4 to 8 related to the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). The court has scheduled a hearing for Thursday. Kejriwal, who called the summonses ‘illegal,’ has offered to be questioned via videoconferencing after March 12th, while maintaining innocence amidst ongoing investigations into the now-scrapped Delhi excise policy. The ED’s action follows similar prosecutions against other political figures, including former Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren. Kejriwal’s name has appeared in charge sheets related to the excise policy case, where the ED alleges misuse of funds in AAP’s Goa election campaign. Despite refuting allegations, the AAP has faced arrests of party leaders and liquor businessmen involved.

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