Delhi Excise Policy Case : CM Arvind Kejriwal Denied Relief, Court Extends Judicial Custody

Delhi Excise Case : In the Delhi liquor scam case, the Rouse Avenue Court has extended the judicial custody of CM Arvind Kejriwal. He will remain in jail until July 3. Additionally, the custody of Vinod Chauhan, an accused in the excise policy case, has also been extended. Both were presented before the court on Wednesday via video conferencing as their custody period was ending.

Today’s hearing took place in the court of Special Judge Vindu. ASG SV Raju represented the ED, while Kejriwal’s lawyer Vikram Chaudhary was also present and both presented their arguments. Vikram Chaudhary informed the court that the Supreme Court has reserved its decision on the petition challenging Kejriwal’s arrest and remand.

Meanwhile, the ED’s lawyer stated in court that Vinod Chauhan received 25 crore rupees through the PA of BRS leader Kavitha. He received the money for the Goa elections through Abhishek Boinpalli. The lawyer also mentioned that a complaint will be filed against Vinod by the end of this month. He was arrested in May.

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