The BJP showed the sting at a press conference in which a person with ties to the liquor trade alleges that the Kejriwal-led government has deliberately kept smaller players out of its ‘tailor-made’ excise tax policy, which has now been abolished, in order to trap a few individuals. help monopolize the market.
The sting broadcast by BJP alleges that the total amount of Rs 100 crore has been given to AAP in cash by drink giants, to be used for elections in Goa or Punjab. ANI
New Delhi: The BJP shared an alleged sting on Thursday that nails the AAP’s complicity in alleged drinking scams in Delhi, alleging that the amount of Rs 100 crore in cash was given by the drink giants to the AAP government, which was later used by Arvind Kejriwal-led party to to fund the parliamentary elections in Goa and Punjab.
BJP aired a covert operation during their press conference claiming to provide evidence of AAP’s complicity in alleged alcohol scams in Delhi. The sting broadcast by BJP alleges that the total amount of Rs 100 cr has been given to AAP in cash by liquor giants, to be used for elections in Goa or Punjab. pic.twitter.com/M9AXj6e2er
— ANI (@ANI) September 15, 2022
The BJP showed the sting at a press conference in which a person with ties to the liquor trade alleges that the government led by Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal has deliberately kept smaller players out of its “tailor-made” excise tax policy, which has now been abolished, in order to couple to help. people monopolize the market.
“The license fees that were previously Rs 10 lakh were increased to Rs 5 crore to wipe out the small players in the market. The government was not getting any money from retailers so they stopped setting a quota for wholesalers to earn a lot said the person in the angel video.
Sting broadcast by BJP claims that AAP’s policies have killed small retailers and left only giants alive. License earlier for Rs 10 lakhs, was increased to Rs 5 cr so no minor player exists. The government was not getting any money from retailers, only wholesalers, so they stopped setting a quota for wholesalers pic.twitter.com/iyzYe77RvH
— ANI (@ANI) September 15, 2022
The Angel further claimed that while the wholesale/supplier commission used to be around 5 percent, it has now been increased to 12 percent. The same policy was applied in Punjab, but at 10 percent instead of 12 percent.
The BJP said Kejriwal has no moral right to continue as the prime minister.
The person deserting is an accused in the case registered by the CBI to investigate alleged corruption related to the policy, the BJP said.
BJP spokesman Sudhanshu Trivedi said the AAP government was trying to ensure that only a few individuals control the flow of money related to trade. Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta claimed it was done for corruption.
This money was used for the polls in Goa and Punjab, Trivedi claimed.
He noted that Kejriwal told people to put a sting on those who illegally seek money from them and that he will take action against the perpetrators.
This is the second such stab, the BJP spokesman said, and no party’s character has been more distorted in the past seven to eight years than that of the AAP.
“Either Kejriwal should act or he should apologize for his statement,” he said.
“The character of the Aam Aadmi party shows that for it politics is about ‘commission’, he claimed.
Those who took advantage of the excise policy also framed it, he said, adding that the sting was already in the public domain and had not been done by the BJP. The BJP has only shared it, he said.
BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa said Kejriwal has no moral right to continue.
The AAP leader has repeatedly claimed that the excise tax policy was above par and the BJP has used investigative agencies to attack his government for political reasons.
With input from agencies
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