Delhi Excise Policy: Court Issues Summons Against Five Including Sameer Mahendru In Delhi Excise Policy

Delhi Excise Liquor Policy

Delhi Excise Liquor Policy
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Taking cognizance of the chargesheet filed in Delhi’s Excise Policy case, the court has issued summons against five including Sameer Mahendru. Special Judge MK Nagpal of Rouse Avenue Court asked all the accused in the case to appear before it on January 5.

The judge observed that on the basis of the evidence on record, it was found that five accused, including accused Sameer Mahendru, M/s Khao Gali Restaurant Pvt Ltd, M/s Babli Beverages Pvt Ltd, Indo Spirit and M/s Indo Spirit Distribution Ltd, were allegedly involved directly or indirectly. Were. Sufficient grounds exist for further action against all.

He said that the role of some individuals including entities is being probed to ascertain the balance amount of the crime. In this case, the CBI had earlier registered a case related to alleged irregularities in the formulation and implementation of the excise policy. Apart from Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, the names of 14 other officers are also included in this.

BJP again surrounded the government on excise policy

The state BJP has targeted the Delhi government on the excise policy. State BJP working president Virendra Sachdeva has asked the government that how is it possible that without the political patronage of the chief minister, Vijay Nair kept changing the decisions of the excise department? How did Vijay Nair continue to do transactions worth more than 100 crores without political patronage? Sachdeva said that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been saying that Vijay Nair looks after the work of the election planning department of Aam Aadmi Party, but now it has come to light that Nair used to make deals posing as an excise department officer. The Chief Minister should clarify the situation in this matter. On the other hand, state party spokesperson Praveen Shankar Kapoor has said that the corporation workers are worried about non-payment of salaries to the contract workers of the Delhi government for months.

Supply of spurious drugs no less serious an offense than terrorism or murder: Court
A Delhi court has refused bail to Ekansh Verma, accused of supplying spurious cancer medicine to patients, saying these are crimes no less serious than murder or terrorism. The accused was arrested on 13 November. Patiala House Court’s Special Judge Shailendra Malik said that the danger of supply of spurious medicines by playing with the health of patients suffering from serious diseases like cancer is increasing day by day. Such a problem cannot be taken lightly. It needs to be dealt with sternly. Rejecting the bail plea of ​​the accused, the judge noted that Verma was accused of selling pills of a Bangladesh company. The supply of these drugs in India is restricted by law. Such facts prove that a big conspiracy was hatched to sell and supply spurious medicines to patients suffering from cancer.

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Taking cognizance of the chargesheet filed in Delhi’s Excise Policy case, the court has issued summons against five including Sameer Mahendru. Special Judge MK Nagpal of Rouse Avenue Court asked all the accused in the case to appear before it on January 5.

The judge observed that on the basis of the evidence on record, it was found that five accused, including accused Sameer Mahendru, M/s Khao Gali Restaurant Pvt Ltd, M/s Babli Beverages Pvt Ltd, Indo Spirit and M/s Indo Spirit Distribution Ltd, were allegedly involved directly or indirectly. Were. Sufficient grounds exist for further action against all.

He said that the role of some individuals including entities is being probed to ascertain the balance amount of the crime. In this case, the CBI had earlier registered a case related to alleged irregularities in the formulation and implementation of the excise policy. Apart from Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, the names of 14 other officers are also included in this.

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