Kejriwal Skips 5th ED Summons for Interrogation in Delhi Liquor Policy Case

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister and AAP supremo, Arvind Kejriwal said on Friday that he will skip the questioning in the Delhi liquor policy case again. He was summoned by the Enforcement Directorate for the fifth time to appear before the probe agency at its Delhi headquarters on Friday.

Kejriwal skipped January 19 questioning summons of the ED alleging that the summons issued by the ED were illegal and its only aim was to arrest him.

He had also refused to appear before the ED on three earlier summons for November 2, December 21 and January 3 as well.

The AAP leaders have slammed the ED’s summons as “politically motivated” and “unlawful”. According to the AAP, the real aim is to arrest Arvind Kejriwal and topple the Delhi government. We will not allow this to happen,” the party said in a statement.

Three key leaders of the AAP — Manish Sisodia, Sanjay Singh and Satyendra Jain – are now in jail.

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