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Amanatullah Khan is an MLA from Okhla Assembly of Delhi. ED raid continues at his house.
ED has started action against another leader of Aam Aadmi Party. On Tuesday morning, the Enforcement Directorate raided the house of Amanatullah Khan. This action is being taken in a case related to money laundering.
ED has taken this action under two FIRs filed by Delhi Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB). These FIRs are related to irregularities in jobs in Delhi Waqf Board. Amanatullah Khan is the chairman of the Waqf Board.
Earlier on October 4, ED had arrested the party’s Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh after a 10-hour raid at his house in the Delhi Liquor Policy Scam case. He is currently in ED custody.
At the same time, BJP workers in Delhi demonstrated against Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. Delhi BJP President Virendra Sachdev said that as the links are being joined, a chain is being formed.
Delhi BJP workers demonstrated against Arvind Kejriwal.
Three big leaders of AAP arrested
At present, three big leaders of Aam Aadmi Party are in custody and jail in two separate cases. These leaders are – Satyendra Jain, who is lodged in Tihar Jail in the case of disproportionate assets and money laundering, Manish Sisodia, who is in the custody of CBI in the liquor policy scam and Sanjay Singh, who is in the custody of ED in the liquor policy scam. Are.
Satyendra Jain: Arrest- 30 May 2022
Former Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain was arrested by ED on May 30 last year in a money laundering case. In August 2017, CBI had registered an FIR against Jain, his wife Poonam and others in the disproportionate assets and money laundering case.
The allegation was that Jain had allegedly created or purchased several shell companies in Delhi. They also transferred black money worth Rs 16.39 crore from three Kolkata-based hawala operators through 54 shell companies.
This picture of Satyendra Jain is from May this year. Delhi Police took him from Tihar Jail to Safdarjung Hospital.
Manish Sisodia: Arrest- 26 February 2023
Former Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia was arrested by CBI on the evening of 26 February. CBI arrested him after 8 hours long interrogation. Media reports say that an IAS officer of the Excise Department had taken Sisodia’s name during CBI’s interrogation.
This officer had told that Sisodia had made such a liquor policy which would not bring profit to the government but would give huge profit to the traders. On the basis of this statement, Sisodia was interrogated.
While going for questioning, Manish Sisodia said – We are not afraid of police, CBI, ED or jail, but people of BJP are afraid of Sisodia and Kejriwal.
Sanjay Singh: Arrest- 4 October 2023
Sanjay Singh’s name is also in the charge sheet of the Excise Policy case. He was arrested on October 4 on charges of money laundering. ED had added Sanjay Singh’s name in its charge sheet in January this year. In fact, Dinesh Arora, an accused turned government witness in the liquor policy scam, has said that a meeting was held in his restaurant between Sanjay Singh and bar-restaurant owners of Delhi.
After his arrest, Sanjay Singh greeted his supporters by waving hands from outside his house. Even while sitting in the car, he came out waving his hand.
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