Court sent Kejriwal to 14-day judicial custody
Court sent Kejriwal to 14-day judicial custody

Excise Policy Case: Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, is in major trouble. The CBI Special Court has placed Aam Aadmi Party convenor Kejriwal, who is being held in Tihar Jail in connection with the Delhi excise policy case, under judicial custody for 14 days.

After the Delhi Chief Minister’s three days of CBI custody were up, the CBI requested that he be placed under 14 days of judicial custody. Arvind Kejriwal was detained in Tihar Jail by the Special CBI court of Rouse Avenue until July 12.

The court has given the verdict after looking at the evidence,” said Virendra Sachdeva, president of the Delhi BJP. Central agencies are carrying out their duties; if you have broken the law, you must be prepared to pay the consequences.

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On June 26, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) detained Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Following his appearance in court, he was placed under CBI custody for three days. When Kejriwal was taken into prison by the CBI, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) was looking into a money laundering case involving the Delhi Excise Policy.

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