New Delhi: The Rouse Avenue Court on Wednesday allowed Businessman Dinesh Arora, an alleged aide of Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia, to turn approver in the alleged excise policy case. The court allowed his plea in this regard.
Special Judge MK Nagpal on Wednesday allowed Arora to turn approver in the case while also granting pardon to Arora in the case. Businessman Dinesh Arora, an accused in the Delhi excise policy case last week submitted that “I am ready to make true disclosure voluntarily about the case and wants to be an approver in the case”.
Earlier, He said, “I am ready to make a voluntary and true disclosure with respect to my role in the commission of the alleged offences. I have also cooperated in the investigation of the case by CBI and have made true statements before the investigation officer. I have also made a confessional statement before the ACMM regarding facts and events pertaining to the commission of alleged offenses”.
Arora said, the application to turn approver in the case has been filed with the request of the grant of pardon to me as I am ready to voluntarily make a true and full disclosure of all the facts pertaining to this case as the same are within my knowledge.
“I request to be granted a pardon in this case. I have agreed without any pressure, undue influence or coaxing by CBI or any other. I am also ready to abide by all the terms and conditions which the court may impose upon me,” added Arora.
No pressure, no threats by CBI or anyone else to do this, in response to Court’s question, he said.