In the midst of AAP-BJP tussle over supposed defilement in Delhi alcohol strategy, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) boss Sukhbir Singh Badal on Thursday claimed a Rs 500-crore trick in the Punjab extract strategy and looked for a careful test by the CBI and the ED.
Badal guaranteed that AAP-drove Punjab government had outlined the extract strategy in accordance with the “Delhi model”, claiming that the “usual methodology to steal from the state exchequer is something very similar”.
The Akali Dal boss said that he will move toward the Punjab lead representative and solicitation him to make a move regarding this situation.
“Presently when a FIR had been enrolled in the Delhi extract trick, the equivalent ought to be finished in the event of Punjab too. The strategy and strategy producers are something very similar. The business as usual to steal from the state exchequer is something similar,” he said.
“Like in Delhi, almost the whole alcohol exchange Punjab was given over to two organizations,” he affirmed.
The SAD boss additionally guaranteed that the overall revenue of the two organizations was multiplied to work with a renumeration. He said the AAP government in Punjab followed its partner in Delhi while outlining the new extract strategy.
“It specified that every alcohol fabricating organization would pick one licensee to sell its items in the state and that the L-1 (discount) licensee ought not be a maker in India or abroad. It likewise expressed that L-1 licensees ought to have a turnover of basically Rs 30 crore for each annum and shouldn’t have any stake in the retail market in Punjab. Such terms removed the Punjab alcohol brokers from the race,” he said, PTI revealed.
This comes in the midst of an unpleasant conflict of words between the BJP and AAP in Delhi over the Delhi Excise Policy. Last week, the CBI had additionally directed assaults at the home of Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, regarding the supposed anomalies in the extract strategy.
Last week, Congress Legislative Party pioneer in Punjab Assembly Partap Singh Bajwa, alongside other party pioneers, had said they will meet the lead representative requesting a test into the extract strategy in Punjab.