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Delhi Liquor Policy Scam: Enforcement Directorate Seizes Assets Worth Rs 52.24 Crore, Including Manish Sisodia’s

Investigating Agency Takes Action Against Former Deputy Chief Minister and Others in Major Scam Case

New Delhi, India – In a significant development related to the Delhi Liquor Policy scam case, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has undertaken a major crackdown. The ED has attached assets worth Rs 52.24, reports Economics Times, crore belonging to former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, businessman Amandeep Singh Dhall, Rajesh Joshi of Chariot Advertising, liquor baron Gautam Malhotra, and others involved in the case.

In an official statement released on Friday, the central probe agency announced that assets worth Rs 52.24 crore have been provisionally attached in connection with the Delhi Liquor Policy scam case. The attached assets include immovable properties valued at Rs 7.29 crore. Thus far, a total of Rs 128.78 crore has been seized in relation to this case.

The Enforcement Directorate revealed that the action involves two immovable properties owned by Manish Sisodia, the land and flat of Rajesh Joshi’s Chariot Productions Media Private Limited, and the land and flat of Gautam Malhotra. Additionally, movable assets, including assets worth Rs 11.49 lakh belonging to Manish Sisodia, and a bank balance of Rs 44.29 crore held by Brindco Sales Pvt Ltd, have also been attached.

It is noteworthy that the total value of assets seized in the alleged Delhi Liquor Policy scam case now amounts to Rs 128.78 crore. So far, the ED has arrested 12 individuals in connection with the case, and prosecution complaints have been filed against five of them. Concurrently, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is conducting its own investigation into the matter.

The Delhi Liquor Policy scam case has attracted widespread attention due to its significant financial implications and the involvement of high-profile individuals. The Enforcement Directorate’s actions reflect its commitment to rooting out corruption and financial irregularities, ensuring accountability, and safeguarding public funds.

The attachment of assets serves as a stern warning to those involved in fraudulent activities and sends a strong message that the authorities will not tolerate corruption at any level. The ED’s ongoing efforts, coupled with the parallel investigation conducted by the CBI, demonstrate the resolve of Indian law enforcement agencies to uncover the truth and bring the culprits to justice.

As the investigations progress, it remains crucial for transparency and due process to prevail, allowing all parties involved to present their side of the story. The Delhi Liquor Policy scam case serves as a reminder of the importance of maintaining integrity and upholding the principles of good governance to ensure a fair and just society.

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