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Kejriwal's move to the High Court against the arrest, claims that the action is illegal leader


Leaders Online Desk : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has approached the Delhi High Court against the order passed by the Sessions Court on Friday, March 22, in the Delhi liquor policy scam case. He has also challenged the 'PMLA' court order against the Enforcement Directorate (ED) remand.

Kejriwal has claimed that petitions have been filed in the Delhi High Court regarding both his arrest and custody. This action is illegal. He should be released from custody immediately. They have also demanded an urgent hearing of the case by the legal team in the Delhi High Court.

After arresting Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) President Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday night in connection with the liquor policy scam, he was produced in the Rouse Avenue Court on Friday (22nd). The court has sent him to ED custody for six days till March 28 (Arvind Kejriwal arrest news). Kejriwal will now be produced in the court on March 28 at 2 pm. The hearing was held before Special Judge Kaveri Baweja. At this time, the ED had sought Kejriwal's 10-day custody in connection with the liquor policy scam.

Kejriwal was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Thursday night. He was produced in court on Friday. Kejriwal was arrested at 9.05 pm on Thursday. Additional Solicitor General (ASG) SV Raju told the court that an application has been filed for his 10-day custody. At this time, Raju gave the Supreme Court a copy of Senthil Balaji case judgment to the court. He read out the relevant paragraphs of the judgment.

What is the real issue?

The probe into the Delhi liquor policy case focused on an alleged network of middlemen, businessmen and politicians that investigative agencies have called the “South Group”. The ED alleged that the liquor policy was changed to help the “South Group” of companies and Sisodia took a lenient stance in their interest without any consultation.

ED has already arrested Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and other AAP leaders in connection with the liquor policy scam. 'ED' had so far summoned Kejriwal 9 times for investigation. He had filed a petition in the Delhi High Court seeking protection from ED notices and arrest. After the court rejected their petition, the ED team reached Kejriwal's residence at 10 pm with a search warrant and a notice. Kejriwal was interrogated for two hours before his arrest. His mobile phone was seized during the interrogation. He was arrested after interrogation.

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