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Delhi excise policy case: ED arrested Gurugram-based businessman Amit Arora

Amit Arora is the Director of Gurugram based Buddy Retail Pvt Ltd. This is the sixth arrest in this case by the ED. Arora was arrested last night under the PMLA act. A video of Amit Arora had also come to the fore, in which the talk of spending Rs 100 crore in the Punjab elections had come to the fore.

By Ruchi Upadhyay 
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New Delhi: The Enforcement Directorate has taken major action in the Delhi liquor scam case. The ED has arrested Amit Arora, the accused in this case, from Gurugram. Amit Arora is the director of a big retail Pvt. Ltd. Recently, a video of Amit Arora had also surfaced in which he had talked about the Aam Aadmi Party spending Rs 100 crore of the liquor scam in the Punjab elections. After this, the LG had ordered a CBI inquiry into the entire matter.

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ED has arrested a total of five people in this case so far. Liquor businessman Sameer Mahendru was arrested by the ED on 27 September after questioning.

CBI has filed the charge sheet
The CBI had filed a charge sheet on 25 November in the Delhi liquor scam case. In this, the CBI made 7 people accused. In this, Abhishek Boinpalli, Sameer Mahendru, Arun Pillai, Muthu Gautam and two public servants have been made accused along with Aam Aadmi Party’s communication incharge Vijay Nair.

Earlier in the liquor scam case, the ED had arrested the country’s famous liquor baron Sameer Mahendru, Aurobindo Pharma Chief Sharad Reddy and Vinay Babu. The CBI has also arrested Vijay Nair, former CEO of event management company Only Much Louder, in this case.

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