Kejriwal: “BJP wants to prevent me from running for office in the LS election.”

On January 3, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal missed the Enforcement Directorate summons for the third time.

Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, stated on Thursday that his greatest quality is honesty. Due to this, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has repeatedly summoned him in connection with the Delhi excise policy case, which is why the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) wishes to use them to discredit him.

Instead of apprehending corrupt individuals, the BJP is dividing opposition leaders and pressuring them to join the party through the use of the ED and CBI. We must put a halt to whatever that is occurring because it poses a threat to democracy and the nation. To save the nation, we must cooperate. I am using every ounce of strength to combat them. I am in need of your help,” Mr. Kejriwal stated.

Strange timing
It has been two years since the investigation began, he said. Why was he being called upon at this time, a few months before the Lok Sabha elections? “Why wasn’t I contacted sooner? I got a call from the CBI eight months ago. I responded to them by going to the CBI. It is now two months before the Lok Sabha elections and they are phoning me. The BJP’s intention is not to conduct any investigation, but rather to apprehend me under false pretences and prevent me from participating in the Lok Sabha election campaign.

The AAP chief asserted that over the past two years, several raids and arrests by central government agencies have resulted in the absence of even a single penny. If corruption is indeed a reality, then where have the billions of rupees gone? Did all the cash just vanish out of thin air? In actuality, no corruption of any kind existed; if it had, money would have also been discovered, according to Mr. Kejriwal.

In the meantime, a number of prominent Delhi BJP figures have accused the AAP government of corruption. AAP leaders are reportedly in a panic, thinking that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal may be arrested, according to Lok Sabha MP Ramesh Bidhuri.

Panicked AAP
All of the Aam Aadmi Party officials, including Kejriwal, had dread of the law on their faces amidst the chaos. Although Kejriwal is the primary organiser behind the plan to raise the commission on liquor contractors from 5% to 12%, AAP leaders still refer to him as honest. He is unable to elude the detectives. He continued, “They will have to respond.”

How much longer will Mr. Kejriwal make this same justification? He spoke the same phrase when Sanjay Singh, Manish Sisodia, Satyendar Jain, and Vijay Nair were being arrested. Although all of them are in jail and have had many bail requests denied by judges, including the Supreme Court, Mr. Kejriwal said that they were honest. Delhi BJP Spokesperson Praveen Shankar Kapoor stated that Mr. Kejriwal’s pot of corruption is full and that he will pay a price for it.

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