Enforcement Directorate says evidence in connection with the subject liquor scam was held in digital formats both in cellphones and laptops . ED said that evidence in connection with the subject liquor scam was held in digital formats both in cellphones and laptops .
New Delhi, India, November 30: The Enforcement Directorate told the court on Wednesday that the extent of the destruction is such that most suspects, liquor barons, senior government officials, and the Excise Minister of Delhi, among other suspects have changed their phones multiple times, according to ED.1.38 crore approximately (as per open source data relating to the make and model of the devices as per IMEI numbers included in the CDR), ED explained that evidence in connection with the subject liquor scam was held in digital formats both in cellphones and laptops, however, as the case was handed over to the prosecutor, a large number of digital devices were discovered to be destroyed by the individuals implicated in this investigation.He was working his inside knowledge to aide in the Excise scam in conjunction with Dinesh Arora and Vijay Nair, a liquor cartel that ruled the region.Together with Dinesh Arora and Vijay Nair, he formed the link between the AAP cartel of manufacturers and wholesalers on the one hand and the political leadership of the other.40,000 bribe.On behalf of the AAP leaders (some of whom are part of the government), Vijay Nair was given 2.5 cr., which was the 6% kickback given to him.In addition, he was conniving with Excise officials and paid bribes of Rs.7,000. of Punjab in April-May 2022 to get undue compensation by compeling other players who weren't compliant with the extortion and kickback to give up their licenses.He was also involved in the enforcement of the Excise Act actively involved in his own business, according to ED, and he used to tell others that Hum hi government hain.After Manish Sisodia's direct intervention, he obtained the authorization to shift one of his shops.Dinesh Arora provided this information in his letters and Amit Arora agreed to admit Amit Arora, the Director of Buddy Retail Pvt Ltd, to ED remand on Wednesday in connection with the alleged Delhi Excise Policy money laundering investigation. The Delhi Chief Secretary's report, released in July, alleged that irregularities were committed during the amendment of the Excise Act 1991, Transaction of Business Rules (ToBR)-1993, Delhi Excise Act-2009, and Delhi The beneficiaries diverted illicit funds to the convicted perpetrators and made misleading reports in their books of accounts in an attempt to avoid detection.The Excise Department had requested that an award of Rs 30 crore be refunded to a successful tenderer against the set rules, according to the lawsuit.Although there was no enabling provision, a waiver of the tendered licence fee was granted from December 28, 2021, to January 27, 2022, according to the Union Home Ministry, which apparently resulted in a loss of Rs 144.36 crore to the exchequer, which was allegedly implemented on a suggestion from Delhi Lieutenant-Governor Vinai Kumar Saxena.