Delhi Court Extends Arvind Kejriwal’s Judicial Custody in Money-Laundering Case

ByTV10 Punjab

May 8, 2024
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In a recent development, a Delhi court has prolonged the judicial custody of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in connection with a money-laundering case linked to an alleged excise scam. The Special Judge for CBI and ED, Kaveri Baweja, made the decision to extend Kejriwal’s custody until May 20, following his appearance before the court via video-conference as his previous custody term expired.

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Furthermore, the judicial custody of co-accused Chanpreet Singh has also been extended until May 20 by the judge. The case has been under intense scrutiny, with the AAP leader being embroiled in legal proceedings surrounding allegations of money laundering related to the purported excise scam.

The decision to prolong Kejriwal’s custody underscores the ongoing legal battle and the gravity of the charges against him and his co-accused. As the case progresses, it continues to attract significant attention and raises pertinent questions about transparency and accountability in governance.