Delhi Liquor Scam: A key development has taken place in the Delhi Liquor Scam. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is aggressive in this matter. The case..
Delhi Liquor Scam: A key development has taken place in the Delhi Liquor Scam. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is aggressive in this matter. The case is under investigation. ED is questioning Ramachandra Pillai. It found that Ramachandra Pillai was doing business in the name of Robin Distilleries. However, the allegations of paying large sums of money in the presence of Delhi dignitaries have raised questions from the ED. Ramachandra is accused of extorting money from Indo Spirits and some other people. It is alleged that up to Rs.2.30 crore was collected and given to Delhi elders.
Ramachandra Pillai was included as A-14 in this Delhi liquor scam. IT officials are questioning Ramachandra along with ED. Meanwhile, it is known that ED officials issued notices to 12 people in this liquor scam on Friday. The Enforcement Directorate has issued notices to 18 companies and 12 people for their alleged involvement in the scam. ED has issued notices to Arun Ramachandran Pillai, Sarath Chandra Reddy, Abhishek, Buchi Babu, Peraman Richard, Chandan Reddy, Vijay Nair, Dinesh Arora, Sasikala, Raghava, Sameer Mahandru and others.
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