Arvind Kejriwal Summoned by ED:

This is the second time the Enforcement Directorate has summoned Arvind Kejriwal

The first was on November 2, when the Aam Aadmi Party boss cited election campaign commitments to skip the call.

The Enforcement Directorate has summoned Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for questioning in the Liquor policy case. Mr Kejriwal has been called in on Thursday. This is the second time the central agency has summoned the Aam Aadmi Party boss; the first was on November 2. Mr Kejriwal had skipped that summons, opting to campaign for his party in Madhya Pradesh instead.
The AAP leader then wrote to the ED to say he could not attend as he was busy campaigning for the election in Madhya Pradesh. Amid speculation he could be arrested on that day, Mr Kejriwal had also called the summons "illegal" and "politically motivated", and demanded it be withdrawn.

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