Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, has received a fourth summons by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on the Delhi excise policy case. It is instructed that the CM report to the agency on January 18. This comes after he refused to step down for a third time on January 3, citing the Republic Day holiday and the Rajya Sabha elections.The Delhi excise policy is the subject of an investigation by the ED into claims of money laundering.

AAP Accuses BJP of Misusing ED

The BJP is accused by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of “misusing” the ED to impede the AAP leader’s campaign for the Lok Sabha. Gopal Rai, the Delhi Environment Minister, disputes the summons’ timing, claiming that it falls on January 18, the day of Kejriwal’s impending tour of Goa.

Arvind Kejriwal, in response to the ED’s third summon stated that he was willing to assist but that the date was “illegal.” He expressed worries about the scope of the probe and questioned the agency’s abrupt response after going quiet for a while. In his written response, he attacked the ED for adopting a non-reaction and non-disclosure policy, saying it was playing too many roles at odds with the rule of law.


The ED’s insistence on summoning the Delhi CM further intensifies the legal and political standoff, creating a complex narrative that intertwines legal procedures with political implications.

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