Arvind Kejriwal's Supreme Court Hearing: What We Know So Far
Arvind Kejriwal's Supreme Court Hearing: What We Know So Far

Today, the Supreme Court of India is set to listen to a plea regarding the arrest of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal by the Enforcement Directorate (ED). The arrest, which followed allegations of money laundering related to the excise policy, has stirred controversy. Justices Sanjiv Khanna and Dipankar Datta will preside over the hearing.

Kejriwal Denounces Arrest as Politically Motivated
Arvind Kejriwal, in his plea to the Supreme Court, has labeled his arrest as politically motivated. He argues that the timing, amidst the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, suggests an agenda. Kejriwal stresses that his liberty has been unfairly curtailed and urges urgent intervention from the apex court. The petition condemns the arrest as an attack on democratic principles and seeks his release from custody.

HC Rejection Prompts Kejriwal's SC Move
Following the rejection of his plea by the Delhi High Court on April 9, Kejriwal has turned to the Supreme Court. The High Court dismissed his claims of political vendetta, citing his failure to respond to nine ED summons. Currently held in Tihar Jail, Kejriwal faces accusations regarding money laundering and the excise policy.

Supreme Court to Review Kejriwal's Appeal Against ED Arrest
The Supreme Court is poised to evaluate Arvind Kejriwal's plea contesting his arrest by the Enforcement Directorate. Allegations of money laundering linked to the excise policy have embroiled the Delhi Chief Minister in legal battles. Justices Sanjiv Khanna and Dipankar Datta will oversee today's proceedings.

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