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Corruption Case; Aam Aadmi Party MLA Amanatullah Khan Arrested In Delhi

The case is that 32 people were illegally employed while he was the chairman of the Waqf Board.
by Xappie Desk | September 18, 2022 19:05 IST
Corruption Case; Aam Aadmi Party MLA Amanatullah Khan Arrested In Delhi

Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party MLA was arrested in Delhi in a corruption case. Amanatullah Khan was arrested by the Anti-Corruption Bureau in a case registered two years ago. The arrest is related to the illegal appointment on the Delhi Waqf Board. Khan was called in for questioning in the afternoon and was arrested in the evening. The case is that 32 people were illegally employed while he was the chairman of the Waqf Board. The Anti-Corruption Bureau has alleged that these appointments are tainted by corruption and nepotism. The Anti-Corruption Bureau said in a press release that the CEO of the Delhi Waqf Board has given a statement in this regard. It has also been alleged that Amanatullah Khan's relatives and friends attacked the investigation team during the investigation related to the case.

 
The Anti-Corruption Bureau team seized Rs 24 lakh and two unlicensed firearms. Amanatullah Khan is the latest of many AAP MLAs to be raided by central investigative agencies.
 
Meanwhile, former bureaucrats filed a complaint with the Election Commission against Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal. In the complaint sent by the Election Commission, they say that Kejriwal made remarks against the election rules. It is alleged that in a press conference held at Raj Kot in Gujarat, public servants, including government employees, were called to work for the Aam Aadmi Party. The letter also states that this is evident in the video of the press conference.
 
Kejriwal urged all public servants in Gujarat to work for the Aam Aadmi Party. According to the complaint, Kejriwal has called on everyone, including policemen, home guards, anganwadi workers, state transport drivers, conductors, and polling booth officers, to work to help AAP in the upcoming state elections.


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