‘I Will Expose Him…’ Says Conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar in Rouse Avenue Court

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Published on: March 23, 2024 at 13:22 IST

Sukesh Chandrashekhar made an unexpected declaration of his intention to become a crucial government witness against K Kavita. Chandrashekhar, amidst court proceedings, pledged to unveil information implicating Kavita and her associates, with Kejriwal. He asserted his determination to ensure accountability, citing evidence, including revealed chats.

This revelation adds a dramatic twist to the ongoing legal saga, potentially reshaping the trajectory of the case. It comes a day after a Delhi court remanded Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to the custody of the Directorate of Enforcement, further intensifying the political landscape.

Meanwhile, senior AAP leader and minister Atishi has countered these developments, alleging that the money trail was traced to the BJP’s account. She issued a challenge to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) to ‘arrest’ BJP national president JP Nadda.

At a press conference in New Delhi, Atishi emphasized that, despite ongoing investigations by the CBI and ED into the excise policy scam of Delhi for the past two years, no money trail has been linked to any AAP leader. She questioned the basis of Kejriwal’s arrest, citing the sole testimony of Sharat Chandra Reddy, owner of Aurobindo Pharma, who initially denied any connection with Kejriwal or AAP.

Atishi highlighted the circumstances surrounding Reddy’s arrest and subsequent change in statement, underscoring the absence of concrete evidence or money trail. These assertions underscore the political tensions and legal complexities surrounding the case, promising further twists and turns in the days ahead.

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