Delhi Excise Insurance policy scam: ED arrests Arun Pillai
Hyderabad: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) made an pick up in the ongoing Delhi excise insurance policy scam probe. On Tuesday, Arun Pillai, Hyderabad based was arrested by the ED, making him the 11th individual to be arrested in the display case. Arun Pillai’s alleged involvement in the scam is connected logically or causally to providing kickbacks value Rs 100 crore to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leaders during the Goa elections. Pillai was a person who represents others of the South Group, along with Abhishek Boinpally and Buchi Babu.
According to reports, Abhishek facilitated the conveyance of the kickbacks in collusion with Vijay Nair, the Aam Aadmi Party’s something communicated between people in-charge, and Dinesh Arora, Nair’s associate. Arun Pillai’s come down on the ground parcel value Rs 2.25 crore in Vattinagulapalle, Hyderabad, was also recently attached by the ED.
Arun Pillai is to come into view before Rouse Avenue District Courts later in the twenty-four hours, and the ED is probable to search a two-week custodial remand. The ED has alleged that Amandeep Dhal, the member of a board of directors of Brindco Sales Pvt Ltd, played a significant normal or customary activity of a person in the formulation and plot of the kickbacks paid by the South Group. Dhal’s questioning reportedly led to Arun Pillai’s pick up.
The ED has claimed that Vijay Nair received kickbacks value Rs 100 crore from the South Group on behalf of AAP leaders, according to the auxiliary accuse piece of paper. The group’s prominent members have as a part Magunta Srinivasulu Reddy, Raghav Magunta, Sarath Reddy, and K. Kavitha, the girl of Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao. The ED probe into the Delhi excise insurance policy scam is ongoing, and further developments are awaited.