Delhi cm arvind kejriwal Delhi income tax evasion case

Delhi cm arvind kejriwal summons

Delhi cm arvind kejriwal the Delhi High Court ordered the Enforcement Directorate (ED), following Chief Minister Arvind Delhi cm arvind kejriwal request, to hear a case related to money laundering in connection with concessions on tax policy, PTI reported.

Experts suspect that the petition filed by the national convener of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) also challenged sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), which were not protected. A bench headed by Justice Suresh Kumar Kait gave the ED two weeks to file its response.

Delhi cm arvind kejriwal surrendered to the court after receiving the ED’s latest summons summoning him to appear on March 21 for questioning as per PMLA orders. Senior advocate AM Singhvi, appearing for Kejriwal, expressed concern over the demand to bring the political party under the anti-money laundering policy.

The court questioned the AAP leader for not attending despite being invited. The petitioner’s main lawyer emphasized the importance of avoiding coercive measures, as it seems that the union is planning to close its doors as the elections approach.

Delhi cm arvind kejriwal has consistently refused to respond to these calls, deeming them illegal.

What occurred at the scene?

The case revolves around allegations of corruption in the formulation and implementation of the local government’s financial policy for 2021-2022, which were later retracted.

After informing Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has filed an FIR for corruption, thereby initiating an investigation into the money laundering case. Authorities stated that something went wrong during the tax policy change and unnecessary benefits were granted to licensees.

AAP leaders Manish Sisodia and Sanjay Singh are currently in judicial custody in relation to this case. 

Delhi cm arvind kejriwal name is often mentioned in ED documents on tax policy. The organization alleged that the accused collaborated with Kejriwal in implementing the tax policy, which allowed them to obtain benefits to which they were not entitled, in a bid to support the AAP.

A Delhi court recently granted bail to Kejriwal in two cases filed by the ED for failing to appear in six of the previous nine appeals related to money laundering.

The ED said the demand from the AAP national conference had not been met. The agency issued eight summons to Kejriwal for questioning under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) on May 21 to appear before him.

Senior advocate AM Singhvi, who is representing Kejriwal, said the plea raised many issues for the political party facing the anti-money laundering law.

The court asked Delhi cm arvind kejriwal why he did not appear before the ED, to which Sanghvi replied that the agency was afraid of arrest. The lawyer said the agency “clearly intended” to arrest Kejriwal before the election.

“I am not a common criminal …the name he was promised

Delhi cm arvind kejriwal and his AAP party have already declared such calls illegal.

The Delhi government’s fiscal policy for 2021-22, which was later cancelled, will be reviewed based on allegations of corruption in its formulation and implementation. Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena recommended an investigation, leading to the CBI filing an FIR in the money laundering case. These agencies claim the policy was changed inappropriately, taking unfair advantage of licensees. AAP leaders Manish Sisodia and Sanjay Singh are currently in judicial custody in this case.

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