Arvind Kejriwal’s Judicial Custody Extended Till May 20 In Money Laundering Case

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Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court today extended judicial custody of Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal till 20th of May, in the money laundering case connected to the liquor policy scam.
Special judge Kaveri Baweja of Rouse Avenue Court passed the order on the expiry of his judicial custody in the Enforcement Directorate (ED) case. Kejriwal was arrested by the ED on the 21st of March.
On 10th of April , the Delhi High Court had dismissed Kejriwal’s plea challenging his arrest, observing that ED was able to place enough material, statements of approvers and AAP’s own candidate stating that Kejriwal was given money for Goa elections.
The Delhi Chief Minister has challenged the said order of the Delhi High Court before the Supreme Court which is hearing his plea today.

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