In a surprising turn of events, Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, has opted to embark on a three-day tour of Gujarat starting January 6, despite swirling rumors of an impending arrest by the Enforcement Directorate (ED). This marks the third instance where Kejriwal has chosen to abstain from appearing before the ED in connection with the Delhi Excise Policy Case.
The decision to skip the ED summons has generated widespread speculation and raised questions about the Chief Minister’s priorities amidst the legal challenges he faces. The Delhi Excise Policy Case has been a focal point of scrutiny, and Kejriwal’s absence from the proceedings only adds fuel to the controversy surrounding the matter.
Kejriwal’s Gujarat tour, scheduled at a time when his presence at the ED hearings is expected, has further intensified the political landscape. Critics argue that the Chief Minister’s decision to prioritize a political excursion over a legal obligation may have repercussions for both his political standing and the ongoing case.
The Enforcement Directorate has not shied away from expressing its displeasure over Kejriwal’s repeated non-compliance with the summonses. The nature of the allegations and the potential consequences of an arrest make the Chief Minister’s evasion a matter of public interest.
I’As the political drama unfolds, it remains to be seen how Kejriwal’s Gujarat tour will impact the ED proceedings and the overall dynamics of the Delhi Excise Policy Case. The Chief Minister’s actions and choices are under the spotlight, and the public awaits further developments with bated breath.