Delhi Liquor Scam: ED Mentions 36 Names In Its Report!

Thu Dec 01 2022 13:24:44 GMT+0530 (India Standard Time)

The alleged liquor scam which was unearthed in the national capital Delhi is increasing the political heat in other states too. At regular intervals, the case is going through twists and sensational developments. Yet again the case saw a big development. The investigating agency Enforcement Directorate had submitted a remand report after arresting Businessman Amit Arora who is said to be a close aide of Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.



In the remand report, the ED mentioned the names of 36 people. The names include several big names like Kalvakuntla Kavitha, daughter of Telangana Chief Minister KCR. Srujan Reddy, Arun Pillai, and Abhishek Boinapally were also mentioned in the report as per the information.

The ED made sensational claims and alleged that the accused in the case have destroyed their cellphones and laptops during the investigation and said this happened after the case was handed over to it.

The central agency also mentioned a few big names in other Telugu State Andhra Pradesh. The likes of Magunta Srinivasulu Reddy also appeared in the report. The probe body said that the accused have changed their mobile phones and laptops to destroy the data. Saying that as many as 176 cell phones and laptops were destroyed, the ED said data from 17 cell phones were retrieved by them.

As per the information, South Group played a big role in the alleged scam and brought a few people under one roof. The company is run by Sharath Chandra Reddy.

While the names mentioned in the report sent shocking waves across the nation, the alleged attempts they made to destroy the evidence raised many eyeballs. Removing the evidence and changing the devices comes under tampering and this is a big crime. If it gets proven then the accused has to face severe heat.

The alleged scam is worth hundreds of crores as per the ED. The Delhi government led by AAP brought the New Excise Policy 2021-22 to open gates for private firms to run the stalls. However, it is said that the AAP government waived the fees for a few licenses making the government lose hundreds of crores. Delhi deputy Chief Minister is the main accused as per the information.