In an ED summons case, Arvind Kejriwal shows himself in person before a Delhi court and is granted bail.

Defending the illegality and political motivation of the summonses, Arvind Kejriwal has been ignoring them.

Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, appeared before a court in the nation’s capital on Saturday in relation to the Enforcement Directorate summons case.

He was later granted bail by the city’s Rouse Avenue Court in the agency’s case for not responding to its summonses. Kejriwal made his first in-person court appearance in relation to the case at this time. He used video conference to attend at the previous hearing.

Kejriwal has been the subject of two complaints from the Enforcement Directorate for allegedly ignoring their requests to participate in the investigation of the Delhi excise policy issue. It seeks to record Arvind Kejriwal’s remarks on matters such as policy formulation, pre-finalization meetings, and bribery claims.

Kejriwal, meanwhile, has been ignoring the summonses, claiming they are unlawful and politically driven.

“Arvind Kejriwal was ordered by the court to provide a ₹50,000 bond and surety bond. After providing both bonds, Kejriwal was given permission to go. Advocate Ramesh Gupta told ANI, “After that, we moved an application for supply of copies under sections 207 and 91 CrPC, for which reply and arguments – the date is fixed for April 1.”

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