Arvind Kejriwal Remanded To Judicial Custody Till April 15

Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal in judicial custody in Delhi liquor policy case. Kejriwal has been remanded in judicial custody till April 15. The order was given by Special Judge Kaveri Baveja of Delhi’s Rose Avenue Court. The court’s action came after the ED’s custody period ended today. Kejriwal will be shifted to Tihar Jail.

On the night of March 21, Arvind Kejriwal was arrested by ED Arrested. His preliminary custody ended on March 28 but was extended till April 1 on the ED’s request. The demand of ED was to keep him in custody for seven days. However, Special Judge Kaveri Baweja granted custody only till April 1.

The ED informed the court that Arvind Kejriwal was not cooperating with the interrogation. The ED had informed the court the other day that Kejriwal was not ready to give the passwords including his phone. The investigation team has approached the Apple company to get this. Apple has approached the company to get the password. Therefore, the ED informed that there is no special issue with the current custody and that Kejriwal should be released in judicial custody.