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Kejriwal Denied Relief, Next Hearing April 3

Kejriwal Denied Relief, Next Hearing April 3

The Delhi High Court granted the Enforcement Directorate time until April 2 to respond to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s plea seeking release. Justice Swarana Kanta Sharma scheduled the next hearing for April 3, issuing notice on both Kejriwal’s main petition and interim relief application, noting their similarity.

Additional Solicitor General SV Raju stated that Kejriwal’s counsel shared the petition at the last minute, necessitating the ED’s response time. Kejriwal argued for immediate release, citing the timing of his arrest amid elections as unconstitutional. The case pertains to a money-laundering investigation of an alleged excise policy scam.

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