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Arvind Kejriwal arrest: Delhi CM remanded to 10-days custody until March 28

Arvind Kejriwal arrest: Delhi CM remanded to 10-days custody until March 28
Arvind Kejriwal arrest news: The ED on Friday sought 10-day custody of Delhi CM remanded. The agency accused Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), and its ministers of accepting over ₹100 crores in bribes from liquor contractors nearly two years ago.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has been remanded to six days in Enforcement Directorate (ED) custody until March 28 by a Delhi court. This decision comes as a significant development in the context of the Delhi Liquor Policy case, an ongoing legal matter that has garnered attention recently due to its implications on the state’s regulatory framework surrounding liquor distribution and sales. This move by the court marks a crucial juncture in the investigation, shedding light on the complexities and legal intricacies of the case.

The Directorate of Enforcement (ED) took action by Delhi CM remanded on Thursday regarding his alleged involvement in the Delhi Liquor scam case. Following the arrest, the AAP Chief was presented before the court of Special Judge Kaveri Baweja for further legal proceedings.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

Senior Advocates Abhishek Manu Singhvi, Vikram Chaudhari, and Ramesh Gupta, renowned for their expertise in constitutional law and high-profile cases, joined forces with the skilled Advocates Rajat Bharadwaj, Mudit Jain, and Mohd Irshad. Together, they represented the Delhi CM Kejriwal, showcasing a formidable legal team dedicated to advocating for their client. ASG SV Raju and Special Counsel Zoheb Hossain appeared for the probe agency.

On Friday, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) requested a 10-day custody of CM Kejriwal. The agency alleged that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and its ministers had accepted bribes totaling over ₹100 crores from liquor contractors almost two years ago. During the court hearing at Rouse Avenue Court on Friday, the ED disclosed that AAP had gained advantages from the Delhi liquor policy and allegedly diverted ₹45 crore from that source towards the Goa elections.

Delhi CM remanded to 10-days custody

“As Convenor of AAP, Kejriwal named the accused on behalf of the party and arrested”, ED said.

Senior Advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi, representing Kejriwal, strongly opposed the remand plea. He emphasized the importance for the agency to demonstrate the necessity of the arrest. Singhvi elaborated on the distinction between the power to arrest and the necessity for carrying out an arrest.

While entering the court complex, CM Kejriwal spoke to reporters, expressing his unwavering dedication to the country. He emphasized, “My life is dedicated to the country, regardless of whether I find myself within the confines of a prison or freely outside.” His commitment to serving the nation shines through in both his words and actions.

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The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has vehemently denied the corruption accusations, asserting that they were fabricated and baseless. In a statement, the party clarified that Arvind Kejriwal will retain his position as Delhi’s chief minister throughout the legal proceedings as they vigorously combat the allegations in court.

High voltage drama unfolded on Thursday late at night when the Enforcement Directorate (ED) made a significant move by Arvind Kejriwal arrest of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal. This action was part of the ongoing investigation into the Delhi Excise Policy case, which is intricately linked to a larger money laundering case. The arrest sent shockwaves through the political landscape, sparking debates and discussions across various platforms.

The development garnered immediate attention from citizens, with social media platforms buzzing with opinions and reactions. News outlets scrambled to provide in-depth coverage, analyzing the implications of this unexpected turn of events on the region’s political climate. As the night progressed, the arrest continued to dominate headlines, with speculations rife about the potential ramifications of the upcoming elections and the future of the political landscape in Delhi.

The case pertains to probing purported irregularities and money laundering linked to the development and implementation of the 2022 Delhi excise policy. Despite being initially implemented, the policy was later rescinded due to suspected malpractices and financial misconduct during its creation.

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