Friday, July 19, 2024

Arvind Kejriwal Arrest : India slams Germany in Kejriwal case | leader

New Delhi, Leading News Service: Germany's comments on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's arrest have sparked outrage in India. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs summoned George Enzweiler, the Deputy Chief of the German Prosecution in this matter, and strongly condemned Germany's comments as interference in India's internal affairs. Arvind Kejriwal Arrest

After the arrest of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal by the ED in the Delhi liquor policy malpractice case, Germany had commented that the German government had taken cognizance of the incident. India is a democratic country and norms related to independence of judiciary, basic democratic principles will also apply in this case. Germany had also said that Kejriwal has the right to a fair trial. On this, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs summoned the Deputy Head of the German Embassy, ​​Georg Enzweiler, and strongly condemned this statement by Germany. Arvind Kejriwal Arrest

Statements have been made that interfere with our judicial process and undermine the independence of our judiciary. India is a vibrant and strong democratic country with rule of law. All legal cases in the country are being decided according to law. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs has also said that the presumption of bias in this case is unreasonable.

Meanwhile, Arvind Kejriwal, who is under arrest in the liquor policy malpractice case, has been granted judicial custody till March 28. Now Kejriwal will be produced in the court on March 28 at 2 pm.

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