Kapil Sibal raised questions on the arrest of Hemant Soren, said- ED should tell what is Aadhaar?

Kapil Sibal on Hemant Soren: Rajya Sabha MP Kapil Sibal attacked the Enforcement Directorate (ED) over the arrest of former Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren and called it a conspiracy by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

He said, “What is happening in this country? There is no transaction, relationship, telephone conversation or meeting between Bhanu Pratap (tax department officer arrested under ECIR by ED) and Hemant Soren. Then ED arrested him. On what basis have you been arrested?”

Kapil Sibal targeted ED

Taking aim at the ED, he said, “The credibility of the ED has been questioned many times. Earlier also I have told you many names who have contested elections and have themselves told what criminal cases are there against them, they are associated with BJP. , are people associated with their governments.”

He said, “If ED knows this information about many such states, then why don’t they (ED) take action there? BJP has only one goal, to target the opposition and remove them from power. BJP wants that in the Lok Sabha elections If the opposition is not able to campaign, it will definitely have side effects.”

Earlier, a special PMLA court in Jharkhand has sent Hemant Soren to ED custody for five days on Friday (February 2). On Friday itself, the Supreme Court had refused to intervene on the petition in this case.

Hemant Soren’s side was presented in the Supreme Court

Advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for Hemant Soren, had told the Supreme Court, “In cases like this, there is a need to send a message to this court. This is a case related to a Chief Minister, who has been arrested. Please see the evidence.” . This is inappropriate.”

On this, Justice Sanjeev Khanna told Kapil Sibal, “The first thing is that the courts are open to everyone. The High Court is also a constitutional court, if we allow one person to come to the Supreme Court, then we will have to allow everyone.

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