Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, was scheduled to appear before the ED on January 18, but he may choose to forego the fourth summons on Thursday. The investigation into financial irregularities connected to the Delhi excise policy is the subject of the ED summons. According to media reports that cited sources in the chief minister’s office, Kejriwal is scheduled to leave for Goa on January 18, when the chief minister of Delhi is expected to assess the party’s preparedness in the state for the impending Lok Sabha elections. While the AAP declined to issue an official’s statement about the summons, the Delhi Chief minister had earlier declared at an event that he would take whatever legal action is required.
Kejriwal had originally scheduled a trip to Goa for January 11, but he had to postpone it in order to supervise the Republic Day preparation in Delhi. The Delhi Chief Minister was served with the fourth ED summons in the excise policy case last week, requesting that he appear on January 18. It appears, though, that he might, once more, choose not to respond to the federal agency summons. In other news, Kejriwal announced that he and his family will travel to Ayodhya after January 22. After the Pran Pratishtha ceremony he continued, the Delhi government would try to run more trains for Ayodhya. After the Pran Pratishtha ceremony on January 22, we will try to run additional trains for Ayodhya (from Delhi), Kejriwal told journalists.
They had promised to send us one last invitation from their team, but we never got one. One person is permitted owing to security concerns and VIP movements, according to the letter you previously received. My family and I would like to travel to Ayodhya. We will go someday after January 22 because my parents are really eager to see the Ram Temple. He continued. When questioned on January 18 regarding the Directorate of Enforcement(ED) fourth summons in a money laundering investigation pertaining to deviations in the Delhi taxes policy 2021-22 case, asking him to participate in the investigation, the Chief Minister responded, we will do whatever has to be performed as per law.
On Wednesday, as part of Mukhyamantri Tirth Yatra Yojana, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal engaged in a Bhajan Sandhya and spoke with elderly people who are leaving for Dwarkadhish. Kejriwal said speaking to the elderly, A train full of pilgrims departs from Delhi every week for either Ouri, Rameswaram, Shirdi, or Dwarkadhish. Such locations number twelve to thirteen. I make an effort to visit you all prior to the trip. The occasion has drawn a lot of attention and invitations to take part in the auspicious event in Ayodhya have been sent to VVIP guests from India and overseas.