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Kejriwal bail Highlights| Delhi CM brought to CBI headquarters

A Delhi court today allowed CBI to formally arrest Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in the alleged excise scam. The CBI arrested Kejriwal after Special Judge Amitabh Rawat passed the order. The application was moved by the central probe agency after the AAP leader was produced before the court from Tihar central jail. Delhi Court has remanded Kejriwal to CBI custody for three days. He will be produced before the court again on June 29. Kejriwal is in prison in connection with the excise scam money laundering case probed by the ED. Meanwhile, in a Supreme Court hearing that followed, Kejriwal told SC that he would like to file substantial appeal against HC order staying trial court's bail order in ED case. The apex court agreed. That's all for today, thanks for staying with us. Stay tuned to DH to track the latest updates.
Last Updated : 26 June 2024, 17:22 IST

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AAP leader Sanjay Singh addressed a press conference and said, "Whatever happened in the court today, I would like to appeal to media that if the CBI and ED are providing fake news, then that news is sponsored by the Modi government and it needs to be verified.

"Today, the CBI claimed that Arvind Kejriwal has blamed Manish Sisodia (in the excise policy case). When Arvind Kejriwal opposed it, the judge asked the CBI to show him Arvind Kejriwal's statement. After taking a look at his statement, the judge said the CBI is wrong and Arvind Kejriwal has not made any such remark."

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Court remands Kejriwal To 3-day CBI custody

Delhi Court has remanded Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to CBI custody for three days in the liquor policy case, reports Live Law

Published 26 June 2024, 02:38 IST

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