Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal left the CBI office after a long questioning in the Delhi liquor scam case. The CBI interrogated him for 9 hours.
Delhi Excise Policy Arvind Kejriwal:
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal left the CBI office after 9 hours long questioning in Delhi Liquor Policy case. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had reached the CBI office for questioning in the liquor scam case.
On leaving the CBI office, CM Kejriwal said that the questioning took place for more than 9 hours. I answered all the questions. The whole alleged liquor scam is false and cheap politics. He said that Aam Aadmi Party is a staunch honest party. They want to eliminate you but the people of the country are with us.
Meanwhile, thousands of AAP workers sat on a dharna.
Delhi Police imposed Section 144 near CBI Headquarters and Central Delhi to prevent any untoward incidents. Several AAP leaders including Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, Raghav Chadha sat on a dharna outside the CBI headquarters.
Expressing apprehension of arrest, an emergency meeting has been started, which is being chaired by Aam Aadmi Party Delhi convenor Gopal Rai. Party sources have expressed apprehension that the probe agency may arrest him after questioning.
The party’s National Secretary Pankaj Gupta, Delhi Mayor Shelly Oberoi and Deputy Mayor Aale Iqbal are also present in the emergency meeting of Aam Aadmi Party on Sunday. Apart from this, AAP’s District President, National Secretary and other leaders are also participating in this important meeting. The meeting has been called by Aam Aadmi Party Delhi convenor Gopal Rai.
CM Kejriwal paid tribute to Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat on Sunday.
After which he left for the CBI headquarters to appear before the Central Investigation Agency.On the other hand, AAP is opposing the questioning of CM Kejriwal by the CBI in the matter of excise policy. AAP leaders including Raghav Chadha, Sanjay Singh and others were detained by the Delhi Police on Sunday for protesting near the CBI office in the national capital.