Supreme Court Denies Immediate Relief to Arvind Kejriwal in Liquor Policy Case

In a significant setback for Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the Supreme Court today declined to grant any immediate relief concerning his recent arrest by the Enforcement Directorate. Kejriwal, apprehended in March over allegations related to a controversial liquor policy case, faces ongoing legal battles following the High Court’s decision to stay a lower court’s bail order issued just last week.

The apex court’s refusal to overturn the High Court’s stay leaves Kejriwal under judicial scrutiny without the prospect of release on bail. This development marks a continuation of the judicial proceedings that have seen the Delhi Chief Minister embroiled in accusations of corruption linked to the formulation and implementation of Delhi’s liquor policy.

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