He mentioned Saurabh Bharadwaj as well when he was questioned about the excise policy matter.

Latest Political Updates : The Delhi Chief Minister and leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Arvind Kejriwal, reportedly informed the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Monday in the Rouse Avenue Court that accused Delhi excise policy case Vijay Nair reported to Delhi minister Atishi.

When questioned about the excise policy matter, he also mentioned Saurabh Bharadwaj, according to India Today. Former AAP communication head Vijay Nair is accused in the Delhi excise policy scandal.

The Delhi CM allegedly informed the ED that “Vijay Nair didn’t report to him but to Atishi Marlena and Saurabh Bharadwaj and his interaction with Vijay Nair was limited.” The ED received this information.

In its application, the central agency alleged that Kejriwal pretended not to know who worked at the Chief Minister’s Camp office in order to avoid answering questions about why Vijay Nair was employed there.

Kejriwal was placed under judicial detention by the central agency due to his “non-cooperative behaviour”. According to Bar & Bench, Additional Solicitor General SV Raju, who was representing the ED, stated: “Arvind Kejriwal’s conduct has been totally non-cooperative and he has tried to mislead the interrogation.”

“He did not reveal the password for digital devices,” the central agency continued. His behavior was utterly uncooperative. He is purposefully deceiving the investigation by providing evasive responses and refusing to give up his phone.” In the Delhi liquor scam case, Kejriwal was placed under judicial custody till April 15 by the Rouse Avenue court in Delhi on Monday.

In the meantime, the lawyers for Arvind Kejriwal filed a request with the Delhi High Court to let him to read three books while he is incarcerated: Ramayan, Bhagavad Geeta, and How Prime Ministers Decide, written by journalist Neerja Chaudhary.

Arvind Kejriwal’s ability to give instructions from detention is being challenged in a public interest lawsuit, and the Delhi High Court ordered the ED to submit a status report to the trial court. The central agency was also mandated by the High Court to handle the PIL as if it were its own representation.

The ED and the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) are actively looking into the case. It has to do with accusations of corruption in the AAP government in Delhi’s creation of a liquor policy.

In connection with a case involving money laundering connected to the Delhi liquor scam, Arvind Kejriwal was taken into custody on March 21. He was detained by the ED until March 28 after his arrest on March 21. Kejriwal’s detention was extended by four days, till April 1, on March 28.

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