Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi and the leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), will not be appearing before the Enforcement Directorate (ED) for questioning. Instead, he will be heading to Madhya Pradesh for election campaigning, according to sources within the AAP.
The decision comes amidst a whirlwind of political activities as the country gears up for the upcoming elections in Madhya Pradesh. Kejriwal’s move is seen as a strategic one, aimed at consolidating AAP’s presence and influence in the state.
They stated that Kejriwal’s primary focus at this time is on the forthcoming elections and ensuring a strong campaign in Madhya Pradesh. The ED had earlier summoned Kejriwal for questioning in an undisclosed matter. The details of the case and the reasons for summoning the Delhi Chief Minister remain confidential.
Kejriwal’s decision to prioritize election campaigning over the ED questioning could stir up controversy in political circles. However, AAP maintains that their leader’s commitment is towards serving the people and ensuring good governance. As Kejriwal prepares to hit the campaign trail in Madhya Pradesh, all eyes will be on how this decision plays out in the political arena and its impact on AAP’s electoral prospects in the state.