ED gets seven days more to quiz Arora in Delhi excise case

Express News Service

NEW DELHI: A special court at Rouse Avenue extended the custodial remand of businessman and liquor trader Amit Arora by seven more days in the money laundering probe in connection with the scrapped Delhi Excise policy following the emergence of fresh facts, names and evidence.

Special Judge Vikas Dhull allowed ED to quiz Arora, the director of Gurugram-based Buddy Retail Pvt Limited, for another week, till December 14, in custodial remand as the investigating agency petitioned for an extension in the wake of fresh revelations, seizures and disclosures.

Arora’s remand of initial 7 days, after he was arrested on 29 November, ended on Wednesday following which the ED sought an extension in its application moved through advocate Mohd Faizan Khan.

The ED counsel, NK Matta, told the court that “voluminous documents” were seized during the first seven days of Arora’s remand and fresh facts, evidences and leads have come up when he was confronted with other accused (in custody) and  witnesses.

NEW DELHI: A special court at Rouse Avenue extended the custodial remand of businessman and liquor trader Amit Arora by seven more days in the money laundering probe in connection with the scrapped Delhi Excise policy following the emergence of fresh facts, names and evidence.

Special Judge Vikas Dhull allowed ED to quiz Arora, the director of Gurugram-based Buddy Retail Pvt Limited, for another week, till December 14, in custodial remand as the investigating agency petitioned for an extension in the wake of fresh revelations, seizures and disclosures.

Arora’s remand of initial 7 days, after he was arrested on 29 November, ended on Wednesday following which the ED sought an extension in its application moved through advocate Mohd Faizan Khan.

The ED counsel, NK Matta, told the court that “voluminous documents” were seized during the first seven days of Arora’s remand and fresh facts, evidences and leads have come up when he was confronted with other accused (in custody) and  witnesses.