Hyderabad, September 22 (Andhra Jyoti): The Enforcement Directorate (ED) is gathering evidence on the crores of rupees that changed hands in the Delhi liquor scam. Based on the charges filed by the CBI, the ED mainly focused on the accounts and transactions of the four individuals. ED special teams are investigating the bank accounts of Delhi-based Sameer Mahendru, businessman Arun Ramachandran Pillai, middlemen Arun Pandya and Vijay Nair and the transactions of their related companies. Sameer Mahendru is acting as the MD of Indo Spirit Company registered in Delhi. The CBI has alleged that the Hyderabad-based businessman Pillai took a few crores of rupees and sent them to Delhi with the mediation of Arun Pandya and Vijay Nair. The special teams of ED are engaged in the work of calculating from where the amount was collected and from which bank account and locker the money was adjusted at that time. The ED found in the preliminary investigation that the money was adjusted for the Delhi Liquor scam mainly through the Dolla companies. But the authorities are collecting more evidence required for that. ED is collecting evidence on the cash transactions of these four people as well as some others. As the inspections, collection of evidence and preliminary investigation are almost completed in Hyderabad regarding the Delhi Liquor Scam case, ED officials called Pillai, Srinivasa Rao and others to their office and interrogated them. On the basis of the facts mentioned by them, the special teams of ED focused on the collection of evidences necessary to prove the crime in court for further investigation of the case.