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What ‘supreme’ relief will Arvind Kejriwal get? The arrest petition will be heard on April 15 and why did Vigilance remove private secretary Vibhav Kumar?

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s legal troubles continue as his plea regarding the Enforcement Directorate (ED) arrest will be heard in the Supreme Court on April 15. In fact, the biggest leader of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) had called the ED arrest illegal. After facing setbacks from the Delhi High Court and other fronts, Kejriwal’s hopes are now pinned on the apex court’s decision. , Let’s find out the latest developments in Kejriwal’s legal saga.

Supreme Court hearing:

Arvind Kejriwal’s petition challenging the legality of ED’s arrest is to be heard in the Supreme Court on April 15. CM Kejriwal had filed a petition in Delhi High Court regarding this. But he got a blow from the High Court on Tuesday, which declared the ED’s arrest valid and said that the investigating agency was left with no special option. In such a situation, he has approached the country’s biggest court. However, he had demanded immediate hearing.

Reason for ‘Supreme’ hearing on 15th April

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Actually, on March 21, ED had arrested CM Kejriwal. Later the court sent him to judicial custody till April 15. Currently he is lodged in Tihar Jail number two. On Tuesday (April 9), the High Court had rejected his petition. In such a situation, this matter will now be heard in the Supreme Court on Monday. According to the report of ‘Aaj Tak’, CM Kejriwal has also demanded his early release from the Supreme Court.

Will Arvind Kejriwal get relief?

  • Kejriwal’s legal battle has intensified after Delhi High Court rejected his petition.
  • Subsequent shocks included lawyers’ refusal to attend frequent meetings and the resignation of cabinet minister Rajkumar Anand.
  • Kejriwal’s troubles have increased further with the dismissal of his personal secretary Vibhav Kumar by the Vigilance Directorate.

Kejriwal’s lawyer sent an email to CJI

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Actually, in this case, Arvind Kejriwal’s lawyer Abhishek Manu Singhvi had sent an email to CJI DY Chandrachud. Singhvi had said that the High Court order (ED’s arrest is valid) was based on such a document which was hidden from us. DY Chandrachud also replied regarding this and said that he will take necessary action.

Dismissal of Vibhav Kumar

The troubles of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who is lodged in Tihar Jail, are not showing any signs of ending. On one hand he has not got relief from the court. On the other hand, the services of his personal secretary Vibhav Kumar have been terminated. The Directorate of Vigilance (DOV) on Wednesday termed his appointment as illegal and invalid. This step has been taken at a time when, two days ago on Monday, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) had called him for questioning in the Delhi liquor scam case.

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way forward:

  • Arvind Kejriwal’s appeal in the Supreme Court marks a significant moment in his legal battle.
  • The apex court’s decision will have far-reaching implications on Kejriwal’s political career and the ongoing investigation against him.

conclusion, As Arvind Kejriwal faces legal hurdles, his future hangs in balance. The upcoming Supreme Court hearing holds the key to his immediate fate. It remains to be seen whether Kejriwal gets relief or faces further challenges. Stay tuned for updates on this high-profile legal saga.

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