In a liquor case, an ED team arrives at Arvind Kejriwal’s home with a search warrant.

After the Delhi High Court rejected Kejriwal’s request for immunity from coercive measures, ED agents made their way to his home.

Hours after the Delhi High Court denied the chief minister any protection from coercive action against him in the liquor investigation, an Enforcement Directorate team made its way to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s home on Thursday. According to the high court, at this point it was not inclined to give relief. Officials from the ED arrived at Kejriwal’s house shortly after the directive. AAP leader Saurabh Bharadwaj was denied access to Kejriwal’s home in Civil Lines. The roads leading to Kejriwal’s residence were blocked by Delhi Police.

According to ED authorities, they went to Kejriwal’s house to deliver a summons related to the case. Reports, however, claimed that Kejriwal’s home was being raided by officials using a search warrant. There were also rumors that Kejriwal will be questioned. Since last year, the chief minister has disregarded the agency’s several summonses.

It appears that there is a raid taking place at Kejriwal’s home. According to Saurabh Bhardwaj, “it appears that they are getting ready for Kejriwal’s arrest because of the way they are not letting anyone in.”

The chief minister was questioned by the court hearing Kejriwal’s case on Thursday, asking him why, if he was worried about being arrested, he had not gone to the lower court to get anticipatory relief. “How would you know what information they want until and until you attend any of the calls? The summoning began in October of last year. Why didn’t you challenge them if you were worried about answering their call? The judge questioned, “What stopped you from going to the court below and filing an anticipatory bail?

The lawsuit concerns suspected money laundering and corruption during the development and implementation of the excise policy for 2021–2022 by the Delhi government, which was subsequently abandoned.

In this case, AAP leaders Manish Sisodia and Sanjay Singh are being held in judicial custody.

The charge files that the ED filed contain several references to Kejriwal. According to the CBI, the accused had contact with Kejriwal when he was creating the excise policy, which gave them excessive benefits in exchange for bribing the AAP.

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