Delhi CM Kejriwal approached the High Court against his arrest
Delhi CM Kejriwal approached the High Court against his arrest

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal approached the High Court against his arrest. In the Delhi liquor scam case, Kejriwal was taken into custody by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and is still being held on remand.

Following a hearing on Saturday, a Delhi judge committed Kejriwal to judicial prison till July 12. The matter is still being investigated, but the judge thought Kejriwal had emerged as the primary conspirator in the scheme.

After three days of detention, the CBI brought Kejriwal before the court and requested 14 days of judicial custody. According to the investigative agency, Kejriwal was purposefully providing evasive answers and was not assisting with the inquiry.

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