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Vivid News 24: In its supplemental charge sheet, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) makes reference to a purported video call between Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Indospirits owner Sameer Mahandru, a defendant in the case, during which the CM allegedly gave Mahandru the go-ahead to continue collaborating with Vijay Nair, the AAP’s in-charge of communications.

According to the ED prosecution case, Vijay Nair set up a face-to-face meeting between Sameer Mahandru and Kejriwal, during which Kejriwal allegedly told Mahandru that “Vijay is his guy and that Sameer should trust him and keep on with him.” When questioned about the accusations in the charge sheet, Kejriwal referred to them as “fiction.”

“ED must have already submitted over 5,000 charge sheets during the duration of this government. How many of those individuals have those cases resulted in convictions? ED’s cases are all made up. Governments are only made and broken via them. The ED doesn’t bring cases to stop corruption; instead, it works to aid in government coups, the purchase of MLAs, and the formation of new governments.

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At a news conference, Kejriwal declared that the ED charge sheet was false. According to the charge sheet, senior AAP leaders developed the excise policy to continually produce unlawful funds. According to the ED prosecution complaint, “these facts are pertinent to mention” to demonstrate his behavior in “relation to the excise policy scheme.”

Nair has been charged by the ED with collecting kickbacks from the “south group,” which also comprised K Kavitha, Raghav Magunta, Sarath Reddy, and Magunta Sreenivasulu Reddy. The kickbacks totaled about Rs 100 crore. The ED claims that Nair and his associate Dinesh Arora plotted with Hyderabad-based businessman Abhishek Boinpally to permit this Rs 100 crore kickback.

According to the ED criminal case, the Aam Aadmi Party’s election campaign for the 2022 Goa Assembly elections “revealed that some of these funds were spent in the political campaign of the Aam Aadmi Party.” “Volunteers who were a member of the survey teams received cash compensation totaling Rs 70 lakh. Vijay Nair himself has instructed some people working on the campaign to accept cash donations.

Work relating to advertising or hoarding was instructed to raise a portion of the bill’s claims but receive the remainder in cash. Hawala channels were used to coordinate these partial cash transfers. Teams led by Vijay Nair have instructed certain businesses to even issue fake invoices, according to the criminal complaint.

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