Home Political Arvind Kejriwal’s phone was allegedly used during the missing liquor scam.

Arvind Kejriwal’s phone was allegedly used during the missing liquor scam.

Arvind Kejriwal’s phone was allegedly used during the missing liquor scam.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal responded, “I don’t know where it is,” when questioned about it, according to people who quoted him.

New Delhi: According to officials in the Enforcement Directorate, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s phone from the suspected liquor scam two years ago is missing. According to reports that quoted the Chief Minister, when questioned about it, he stated that he was unsure of its whereabouts. According to sources, this phone would be the 171st, and it would likely hold important information related to the missing Delhi liquor case. The ED claims that 170 of these phones, which belonged to 36 suspects, could not be found.


The ED stated in its chargesheet, which names senior Aam Aadmi Party leader Manish Sisodia as an accused, that the agency eventually found 17 phones from which they extracted data and put the case together.

The remaining phones were allegedly damaged in order to erase evidence, according to detectives. According to the agency’s chargesheet, phones and laptops have so far produced the most evidence in the case.

The agency has stated that the majority of the accused changed their phones and laptops between May 2022 and August 2022.

AAP has dismissed the claims, with sources in the party alleging that the Enforcement Directorate’s investigation is influenced by the BJP. They further allege that the Enforcement Directorate is politically aligned with the BJP.

When Mr. Kejriwal was taken into custody late on Thursday night, the ED was questioning him. He will remain under the agency’s care until March 28.


The Delhi Chief Minister has been carrying out his responsibilities from the Enforcement Directorate’s lock-up, as claimed by his party. According to Delhi Minister Atishi, on Sunday, he issued his first order since his arrest concerning drinking water and drainage in the national capital.

Sources from the Enforcement Directorate (ED) have challenged the claim, stating that Mr. Kejriwal has not been provided with a computer or paper in the lock-up.

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