Kejriwal on saturday said there is no evidence as there is no scam and the same liquor policy has been implemented in Punjab.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal was not named by either CBI or ED in the cases they filed in connection with the excise policy. Kejriwal has been summoned for questioning on Sunday at the CBI office as a witness. Amid an intense political tussle between the BJP and the AAP over the summons to Kejriwal, the Delhi chief minister on Saturday said people are being tortured in the custody to take the name of Kejriwal.
Officials, as quoted by news agency PTI, said that the CBI may ask the chief minister about how the policy was formulated — about the ‘untraceable’ file which was slated to be put before the Council of Ministers. The file was not placed before the Council of Ministers
Kejriwal may be asked questions on the statements of other accused.
What was Kejriwal’s role in the formulation of the excise policy, he may be asked.
Kejriwal may also be asked if he was involved in the formulation of the policy before it was given approval
On Saturday, Kejriwal said there was no evidence as there was no scam. The same liquor policy was introduced in Punjab and it increased revenue, Kejriwal said.