The AAP wants an apology from the BJP for making false allegations about the party in the excise policy case. The court granted bail to two accused in the case, and the AAP says there is no evidence of the alleged Rs 100 crore kickbacks from liquor businessmen being used in the Goa elections. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal called the entire case bogus and meant to malign his party. The ED claimed that a vendor ensured Rs 30 crore reached Goa for elections, but the court found no independent evidence to support this claim. The AAP believes this proves they are the most honest party and wants the BJP to apologize for their false allegations.