Delhi Court Extends Arvind Kejriwal’s Judicial Custody Until April 23 in Excise Policy Case

In a recent hearing, a Delhi court has extended the judicial custody of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal until April 23, in relation to the excise policy case. The decision was made on Monday as Kejriwal appeared before the court through a virtual conference.

Alongside Kejriwal, the judicial custody of co-accused K Kavitha has also been extended to the same date. Both are involved in a case that has drawn significant media attention due to its implications on political and administrative circles in Delhi.

The 55-year-old leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has been held in Tihar Jail following the expiration of his Enforcement Directorate (ED) remand period. Kejriwal was arrested late on March 21 by the ED, shortly after the high court denied his request for protection against coercive action by the central agency.

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