Kejriwal to Skip 4th ED Summons and Visit Goa Instead

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is likely to skip the recent Enforcement Directorate’s (ED) summons for the fourth time as he is scheduled to visit Goa to meet party workers.

The ED issued the fourth summons in the excise policy case to Kejriwal last week, asking him to appear for interrogation on January 18.

But according to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) sources said, he is unlikely to appear before the ED as he will visit Goa to meet party workers for planning for the Lok Sabha polls.

Speaking on the ED summons, Kejriwal on Wednesday said, “We will do whatever needs to be done according to the law.”

Kejriwal was first summoned to appear before ED on November 2, and then on December 21. He skipped both summons. He was again summoned by the ED on January 3, which he did not attend. A fresh fourth summons was issued, asking him to appear before the agency on January 18 or 19.

In the past, Kejriwal questioned the ED’s motives and alleged that the agency and said the BJP-led government wants to arrest him so that he cannot campaign for the Lok Sabha polls.

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