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    Excise Policy Case: The Last Arrest and Its Significance in Linking Arvind Kejriwal to the Money Trail


    The nature of breakthroughs in criminal investigations, particularly in intricate crimes such as money laundering, can vary significantly — from as minute as a “needle-sized” lead or as substantial as a high-profile arrest.

    The investigation into the Delhi excise policy scam, which led to the incarceration of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, seemed to progress slowly — until the arrest of the 39th accused Vinod Chauhan.

    The Role of Vinod Chauhan

    As per the Enforcement Directorate, Chauhan, a Hawala dealer, played a pivotal role in the transfer of Rs 25.5 crore from Delhi to Goa. This amount was received from Abhishek Boinpally, a representative of the South Group who also managed cash transfers in the quid pro quo arrangement.

    The federal probe agency further alleges that Chauhan is not an individual unrelated with AAP leaders. Instead, he is closely associated with accused Arvind Kejriwal.

    Evidence from Hawala Notes, Journey of Tainted Money to Goa

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    As per the chargesheet filed by the agency, screenshots of many Hawala note numbers have been retrieved from the phone of Vinod Chauhan and they match with the note numbers mentioned in the IT seized data which shows that Chauhan was actually involved in the transfer of the proceeds of crime (PoC) from Delhi to Goa and the same was collected by Chanpreet Singh in Goa.

    “It is evident from the statement of Ashok Kaushik who had revealed in his statement that on the instructions of Abhishek Boinpally he had delivered big bags of cash to Vinod Chauhan on two occasions. This is a complete and direct money trail of the PoC transfer from the South group to the AAP elections,” the agency said in its chargesheet.

    As per the chargesheet filed by the agency, screenshots of many Hawala note numbers have been retrieved from the phone of Vinod Chauhan and they match with the note numbers mentioned in the IT seized data which shows that Chauhan was actually involved in the transfer of the proceeds of crime (PoC) from Delhi to Goa and the same was collected by Chanpreet Singh in Goa.

    “It is evident from the statement of Ashok Kaushik who had revealed in his statement that on the instructions of Abhishek Boinpally he had delivered big bags of cash to Vinod Chauhan on two occasions. This is a complete and direct money trail of the PoC transfer from the South group to the AAP elections,” the agency said in its chargesheet.

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    first published: July 10, 2024, 17:09 IST



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