Arvind Kejriwal in Judicial Custody

2024 • 1min • News • National


Published On: April 01, 2024 - The Rouse Avenue Court has placed Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal under judicial detention until April 15. This came after the ED claimed that Kejriwal had not been assisting with the investigation and had been providing vague responses to questions. On March 21, the ED detained Kejriwal in connection with a money-laundering investigation that was later dropped by the Delhi liquor policy. Over the past two days, rallies over Kejriwal's imprisonment have taken place in Punjab and the nation's capital, both of which are led by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Prior to his detention, the Chief Minister of Delhi made a submission to the court bench, claiming that the 31,000-page record created by the Enforcement Department included no specific accusations or proof against him.