Unveiling Corruption: Delhi Liquor Policy Scandal Exposes Political Nexus.

What happened to AAP? They emerged as the crusaders against corruption but many of their leaders are already in jail

The investigation into the Delhi liquor policy case has led to the arrest of three prominent AAP leaders, including Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, along with other political figures like K Kavitha of the Bharat Rashtra Samithi. The case revolves around allegations of corruption and kickbacks in the implementation of the Delhi liquor policy 2021-22, which reportedly provided disproportionately high profit margins for wholesalers and retailers. According to the Enforcement Directorate (ED), a significant portion of these profits was allegedly siphoned off as kickbacks to AAP leaders. The ED’s probe focuses on a network of middlemen, businessmen, and politicians referred to as the “South Group,” indicating a regional nexus in the alleged corruption scheme. Former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia is implicated for allegedly favoring companies associated with the “South Group” by diluting the liquor policy in their favor without proper consultation. The investigation has identified several key individuals linked to money laundering activities related to the case, some of whom have turned witnesses.

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