Delhi Excise Policy Scam: ED action, assets worth Rs 76.54 crore attached to the accused

The ED has said in a statement that it has attached properties worth Rs 76.54 crore, including houses, restaurants, 50 vehicles and bank deposits in Delhi and Mumbai, in connection with its probe into the Delhi Excise Policy scam. In Tanch, the agency said in a statement that the properties attached in Tanch belonged to ...
 

The ED has said in a statement that it has attached properties worth Rs 76.54 crore, including houses, restaurants, 50 vehicles and bank deposits in Delhi and Mumbai, in connection with its probe into the Delhi Excise Policy scam.

In Tanch, the agency said in a statement that the properties attached in Tanch belonged to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) communication in-charge Vijay Nair, liquor baron Sameer Mahanaru, his wife, Indospirit Group, businessman Dinesh Arora, director of liquor company Buddi Arun Pillai. Is. Retail Pvt. Ltd. Amit Arora & Ors.

The agency had issued a provisional order under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) for attachment of these properties.

It is noteworthy that the ED is probing irregularities in the repealed Delhi Excise Policy. The matter came to light after the CBI registered an FIR.

The CBI and ED have named Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and other excise officials of the government as accused in their complaint.

The CBI in its FIR has alleged that Sisodia and other accused government servants took decisions related to the Delhi Excise Policy 2021-22 without the approval of the concerned authority to give undue favor to the licensees after issue of tenders. A total of six people have been arrested in the charge sheet in the case.

Delhi Excise Policy Scam: ED action, assets worth Rs 76.54 crore attached to the accused

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