No relief for Kejriwal, court sends him to judicial custody till April 15

  • Arvind Kejriwal sent to 15-day judicial custody in Delhi liquor policy case.
  • Custody with the Enforcement Directorate ended today.
  • Arrested by the federal agency on March 21.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been remanded to 15-day judicial custody in the liquor policy case. The Rouse Avenue Court took this decision after Kejriwal’s custody with the Enforcement Directorate concluded today.

The Enforcement Directorate raised concerns about Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s lack of cooperation in court proceedings, noting his failure to provide passwords for his digital devices.

The court has ordered that Kejriwal remain in judicial custody until April 15 in connection with the alleged liquor policy scam.

Despite Kejriwal’s plea for relief, the court remained firm in its decision. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) had requested a fifteen-day judicial custody for Kejriwal, citing his non-cooperative behavior.

Kejriwal, who had been governing Delhi from jail, was produced in the Rouse Avenue Court as his previous custody period came to an end on Monday. His wife, Sunita Kejriwal, has been relaying his orders to his Cabinet colleagues during his time in custody.


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