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'This is a slap to the system': ED's objection to Kejriwal's speech

Leader Online Desk : Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal recently remarked in a meeting of corporators that if I vote for the symbol of Aap Zaadu, I will not have to go to jail again. was The Enforcement Directorate (ED) objected to this in the Supreme Court. During the hearing of Kejriwal's petition, the ED objected that such speech is a slap to the system. At this time, the Supreme Court refused to comment on the matter.

What did Kejriwal say?

Speaking at the corporators' meeting, Kejriwal had said, “Now we have worked hard and the India Alliance will win the election; But now if I don't work hard I don't know when we can meet again, I will return to Tihar Jail on June 2. I will watch the election results in Tihar Jail on June 4. “If the anti-BJP 'India' alliance wins, I will be out of Tihar Jail on June 5, the day after the Lok Sabha election results,” he said.

ED's objection to speech, Supreme Court's refusal to comment

The ED filed an objection in the Supreme Court regarding Arvind Kejriwal's speech. On this, Justice Sanjiv Khanna said, “We welcome criticism of the verdict. But we will not go into that. Our mandate is clear when Kejriwal has to surrender on June 4. There is a rule of law. Be governed by this We have made no exception for anyone.”

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