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Arvind Kejriwal bail highlights | Delhi CM to stay in jail as Court to give order in 2-3 days

This blog is now closed. There were the highlights: Delhi Chief Minister and AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal was granted bail by a trial court on Thursday and was slated to leave prison on Friday. However, on Friday morning, the Enforcement Directorate challenged the trial court order in the Delhi High Court, prompting the HC to put a hold on the AAP leader's bail. The Delhi HC has said that the trial court order will not be effective till the ED's plea challenging the bail order is heard. Thank you for staying with us.
Last Updated : 21 June 2024, 16:40 IST

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Highlights
08:5321 Jun 2024

Court reassembles after lunch break

08:5921 Jun 2024

ASG Raju makes submissions to court 

09:0521 Jun 2024

Trial court order is one sided & perverse: ASG Raju

09:3421 Jun 2024

'Totally not dealt with': ASG Raju says his points were not considered by trial court 

09:3921 Jun 2024

ED is completely partisan: A M Singhvi 

10:0021 Jun 2024

ED is trying to circumvent law, argues Delhi CM's counsel

11:0121 Jun 2024

Trial court order is not worth staying: Chaudhari

13:3321 Jun 2024

PM Modi mockery of the justice system: Sanjay Singh

AAP leader Sanjay Singh on Friday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of making a mockery of the justice system after the Delhi High Court put on hold a trial court order granting bail to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in the money laundering case linked to the alleged excise scam.

12:4421 Jun 2024

AAP should learn to respect court's decision: BJP MP Manoj Tiwari

Speaking to media, BJP MP Manoj Tiwari said, "...The fight against corruption will continue. I have full faith in the court and the investigation agencies... AAP should learn to respect the court's decision... Bail is not a relaxation..."

11:3321 Jun 2024

Delhi HC to give order in 2-3 days

The Delhi High Court on Friday directed an interim stay on the trial court order granting bail to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal in the money laundering case connected to the now scrapped Delhi excise policy.

11:0921 Jun 2024

Chaudhari ends his submissions; ASG SV Raju begins his rejoinder

11:0321 Jun 2024

Trial court order is most well formulated & qualifies test of justice and legality: Kejriwal's counsel Vikram Chaudhari

Referring to trial court order, Chaudhari said, "This order is most well formulated and in all spheres it qualifies the test of justice and legality."

Published 21 June 2024, 08:30 IST

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