The Enforcement Directorate’s seventh chargesheet in the excise policy case names Arvind Kejriwal as the main conspirator and accuses AAP of benefiting from proceeds of crime. Allegations include demanding Rs 100 crore for a liquor sale contract and using Rs 45 crore in the Goa elections. The chargesheet presents evidence of financial transactions and communication between key individuals. Kejriwal’s lack of cooperation with ED’s inquiries is also highlighted. The case raises questions about transparency and accountability in political funding.