Hemant Soren reached SC against the decision of Jharkhand High Court
Hemant Soren reached SC against the decision of Jharkhand High Court

Hemant Soren, the former chief minister of Jharkhand, filed a case in the Supreme Court on Monday challenging the ruling of the High Court. Kapil Sibal, his attorney, has filed this plea.

The High Court bench recently rejected the petition, justifying his arrest. In the Supreme Court, the previous Chief Minister has contested this ruling.

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Before the CJI, Kapil Sibal brought up the issue of an urgent listing. A bench of Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud asked Sibal to send an email and it would look into it.

On May 3, the Jharkhand High Court rejected Soren’s writ petition contesting his arrest by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and refused bail. In his plea, Soren has alleged that his detention was unreasonable and his remand in the case was arbitrary and illegitimate.

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