New Delhi: ED Raids AAP MP’s Home in Liquor Policy Case

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) conducts raids at AAP MP Sanjay Singh's Delhi residence in connection with a money laundering case related to alleged Delhi excise policy fraud.

ED Raids AAP MP Sanjay Singh’s Home in Delhi Over Liquor Policy Case Money Laundering Probe

Sanjay Singh, an AAP member of parliament, is being searched at his Delhi home by the Enforcement Directorate. A day after a judge permitted two defendants in the case to change sides, the Enforcement Directorate searched AAP MP Sanjay Singh’s home on Wednesday in connection with a money laundering case related to the alleged Delhi excise policy fraud. According to PTI, several further locations of connected people were also covered.

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AAP Defend Sanjay Singh

The ED has already questioned the Aam Aadmi Party member’s staff members and individuals connected to him in this matter. Raids are being done at Sanjay Singh’s home since he was always voicing concerns about the matter of PM Modi and Adani. Nothing was found yesterday, and nothing will be found today, according to Reena Gupta, an AAP spokesperson. The AAP has strenuously denied the claim that the Delhi government’s excise policy for 2021–2022, which granted licenses to liquor traders, promoted cartelization and favoured those dealers who had reportedly paid bribes for it.

Raghav Magunta, the son of YSR Congress Party Lok Sabha Member Magunta Srinivasulu Reddy, and Delhi-based businessman Dinesh Arora were permitted by a Delhi court on Tuesday to serve as approvers in a money laundering case connected to the alleged Delhi excise policy fraud. Both Magunta and Arora were granted pardons by Special Judge M. K. Nagpal, who also instructed them to assist with the investigation and provide any information they may have regarding the case to the detectives.

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Sanjay Singh’s Reputation Damage

In a letter sent to Finance Secretary T V Somanathan earlier in May, Singh complained that the ED Director and Assistant Director had tarnished his reputation and defamed him by linking his name to the alleged liquor scam without any justification. Singh stated that statements made by Dinesh Arora led to the addition of his name. The raids were carried out at Singh’s apartment on the day the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear Manish Sisodia, an AAP Sanjay Singh leader and a former deputy chief minister of Delhi, request for bail in a case involving the excise policy.

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