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New Evidence Against Kejriwal, AAP Leaders' Statements; ED Submits In HC

The Enforcement Directorate has submitted a written response to the Delhi High Court to block the bail of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who was arrested in connection with the alleged liquor scam, stating that it possesses “strong and fresh evidence.” Additionally, the ED has referenced statements recorded by AAP leaders in Goa. Meanwhile, the […]

New Evidence Against Kejriwal, AAP Leaders' Statements; ED Submits In HC
New Evidence Against Kejriwal, AAP Leaders' Statements; ED Submits In HC

The Enforcement Directorate has submitted a written response to the Delhi High Court to block the bail of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who was arrested in connection with the alleged liquor scam, stating that it possesses “strong and fresh evidence.”

Additionally, the ED has referenced statements recorded by AAP leaders in Goa. Meanwhile, the Delhi Government has accused the agency of fabricating false evidence.

ED mentioned that they have gathered additional evidence. Kejriwal’s bail request cannot be granted. They submitted their response in a 29-page document. The High Court had instructed both sides to submit their responses by June 24 evening. A decision on the case is expected from the court by Tuesday.

The testimonies of 13 hawala operators and local AAP leaders from Goa have been documented. They have provided details on the transfer of funds via hawala channels to Goa for the elections and how these funds were distributed. ED also criticized the trial court for granting bail to Kejriwal despite these significant revelations, stating that the bail order for Kejriwal is invalid and disregards crucial evidence.

At the same time, a response in writing has been submitted on behalf of Arvind Kejriwal, facing accusations of fabricating false evidence.

The Supreme Court declined immediate relief to Kejriwal, postponing the case’s hearing until the day after tomorrow. The SC has asked to wait for the High Court’s decision.

The High Court had temporarily halted the bail granted by the trial court and indicated that the final judgment would be delivered in 2-3 days.

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