Latest – Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Moves SC Seeking 7-Day Extension Of Interim Bail

Senior Advocate A M Singhvi appealed to the Supreme Court to grant Arvind Kejriwal extension of bail, as the election results are on June 4.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal Moves SC Seeking 7-Day Extension Of Interim Bail

Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, has petitioned the Supreme Court to extend his temporary release by seven days in relation to the excise policy issue. He claims he needs to undertake certain medical tests.

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Kejriwal lost seven kg following his detention, according to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), and his body has extremely high ketone levels. These could be signs of a dangerous illness. Doctors from Max Hospital examined him. In addition to numerous additional testing, a PET-CT scan is required. The AAP stated that he has asked for seven days to complete the inquiries.

Kejriwal was granted temporary release by a Supreme Court panel consisting of Justices Sanjiv Khanna and Dipankar Datta on May 10, allowing him to campaign in the Lok Sabha elections until June 1. Kejriwal, who was detained by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in relation to the Delhi excise policy scam case, is required to turn himself in on June 2 as per the order. Senior Advocate A M Singhvi, who was representing Kejriwal, had asked the court on May 10 to give him more time, pointing out that the election results are on June 4. However, the court declined to comply.

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When Kejriwal’s petition against his arrest was being heard by the bench on May 16, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, representing the ED, took a “exception” to Kejriwal’s alleged statement that he wouldn’t have to go back to jail on June 2 provided voters supported the AAP. “They (people) say that I (Kejriwal) will have to go back to jail in 20 days,” Mehta informed the bench, citing news reports. I won’t have to go to jail if you vote for the AAP election symbol, the broom.

The interim release granted to Kejriwal, who was detained by the ED on March 21 in connection with the Delhi excise policy case, is “not a routine and normal judgment,” according to Home Minister Amit Shah, who also told news agency ANI that “many people in the country” think he has received “special treatment.”

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