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PIL filed in Delhi High Court against the facilities given to Kejriwal in jail

Hindu Sena President Surjit Singh Yadav has filed a petition in the Delhi High Court. On this petition, Hindu Sena demands that instructions should be issued to stop Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal from issuing instructions while in ED custody.

Delhi. A petition has been filed against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, arrested in the Delhi liquor scam case. In this petition, it has been demanded that the court should direct the investigating agency Enforcement Directorate (ED) not to provide anything to Kejriwal during his custody. This PIL has been filed not by anyone else but on behalf of Hindu Sena.

Hindu Sena President Surjit Singh Yadav has filed a petition in the Delhi High Court. On this petition, Hindu Sena demands that instructions should be issued to stop Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal from issuing instructions while he is in ED custody. The petition also demanded that ED Kejriwal should be stopped from issuing instructions while Kejriwal is in ED custody. Typist, computer and printer etc. should not be provided.

In the petition filed in the High Court, a demand has been made to direct the Central Government, ED to register a complaint and also to investigate and prosecute Arvind Kejriwal. Let us tell you that the Delhi High Court will hear on Wednesday the petition of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal challenging his arrest in a money laundering case related to the alleged liquor scam case. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) had arrested Kejriwal on March 21 and a Delhi court had sent him to the federal agency’s custody till March 28.

Kejriwal’s petition will be heard on Wednesday
Kejriwal’s petition is listed for hearing before Justice Swarnkant Sharma at 10.30 am. The petition requests immediate release of Kejriwal. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convenor had moved the High Court last week with his petition but according to highly placed sources, his request for urgent hearing was rejected as the High Court was closed for the festival of Holi. On Friday, the lower court had sent Kejriwal to ED custody till March 28 for detailed interrogation. The ED had arrested Kejriwal hours after the High Court refused to grant him protection from coercive action by the federal agency.

Earlier, Kejriwal had moved the court to quash all proceedings, including summons, issued against him in the case related to alleged corruption and money laundering in the formulation and implementation of the Delhi government’s excise policy for 2021-22. . This policy was later canceled. Top AAP leaders Manish Sisodia and Sanjay Singh are in judicial custody in the case. Kejriwal’s name has been mentioned several times in the ED charge sheet. The agency alleges that the accused were in contact with Kejriwal to prepare the excise policy. Through this policy, the accused had given bribe to AAP in exchange for receiving undue benefits.

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