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Delhi Court Extends Arvind Kejriwal's Judicial Custody Till May 7

Delhi Court Extends Arvind Kejriwal's Judicial Custody Till May 7

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's judicial custody in the money laundering case linked to the alleged Delhi excise policy scam has been extended until May 7 by a Delhi Court.

Special Judge Kaveri Baweja, presiding over the Rouse Avenue Court, issued the directive for Arvind Kejriwal's appearance via video conferencing on May 7 at 2 PM.

Kejriwal was arrested on March 21 by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on allegations that he was the "key conspirator" in a money laundering case. This occurred shortly after the Delhi High Court rejected his plea for interim protection from arrest.

On March 22, Kejriwal was presented before Judge Baweja by the ED, who initially remanded the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader to ED custody until March 28.

Subsequently, on March 28, Kejriwal's ED custody was extended.

Finally, on April 1, Kejriwal was remanded to judicial custody.

Recently, the Delhi High Court dismissed Arvind Kejriwal's petition challenging his arrest by the central agency and the trial court's decision to remand him to Enforcement Directorate (ED) custody. Additionally, the High Court upheld the subsequent remand orders passed by the lower court, including the order that sent the AAP national convenor to judicial custody.


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