Vigilance Exposed On Kejriwal Private Secretary: Received a Jal Board Apartment While Having No Position

Vigilance Exposed On Kejriwal Private Secretary: A fresh discovery about CM Kejriwal’s personal secretary Vibhav Kumar has surfaced during the Delhi ED searches. Vigilance claims that Vibhav Kumar was given a Jal Board apartment even though he does not now hold any positions with the Delhi Jal Board. Additionally, Vigilance had reported about this to the Secretariat in Delhi.

Vigilance Exposed On Kejriwal Private Secretary

Vigilance Exposed On Kejriwal Private Secretary

Regarding Vibhav Kumar, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s private secretary, Vigilance has uncovered information. Vigilance claims that he had filed a complaint on Vibhav Kumar with the Delhi Secretariat. In which it was said that Vibhav Kumar had been given a Jal Board apartment even though he had no official position with the Delhi Jal Board.

Wrong Interpool Exchange

This complaint, which stated that the Wrong Interpool Exchange, was sent to the Additional Chief Secretary. This indicates that Vibhav Kumar has been allocated the Jal Board apartment rather than PWD. Vigilance has disclosed this information when the ED is conducting a raid on Vibhav Kumar’s residence.

We would like to inform you that several Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders are now facing ED searches at their homes. The Enforcement Directorate squad is conducting raids at around twelve sites. The homes of Aam Aadmi Party officials under ED raids include a number of names, including Rajya Sabha MP ND Gupta. Vibhav Kumar, the personal secretary of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, has also been visited by the ED team. The purpose of this raid is to investigate possible money laundering by the ED team.

The Problems For CM Kejriwal Became Worse

Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, has a lot more issues these days. Numerous members of its leadership have been imprisoned in relation to money laundering crimes. For Kejriwal, the sword of ED itself hangs. The ED has issued Kejriwal five summonses. Despite four summonses, he did not show up before the ED. In the previous four months, the ED had issued four summonses to Kejriwal, but he had not yet made an appearance. ED went to court after he sent five summonses but did not show up for interrogation. In its court filing, the agency said that Kejriwal was not following the ED’s summons. This case will be heard on February 7th.

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