Arvind Kejriwal: CM Kejriwal did not appear before ED, asked a big thing by writing a letter


Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was to appear before the ED on Thursday 2 November on the summons of ED in the Delhi Liquor Policy case but he did not appear. By writing a letter, he raised many questions on the ED summons. Along with this, he also fiercely attacked the central government. 

Let us tell you that Kejriwal was to appear before the ED on November 2. But he reached Madhya Pradesh for election campaign. Here AAP's national convenor Kejriwal held a road show in Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh and fiercely attacked the central government.

Kejriwal, in his letter to ED, demanded withdrawal of the summons. Kejriwal said, it has not been made clear in the summons whether I have been summoned as an individual or as a person holding the official position of Chief Minister of Delhi or as the national convenor of AAP. Kejriwal also fiercely attacked BJP in the letter. He said, as soon as the summons were sent, BJP leaders started giving statements.