Arvind Kejriwal will remain in ED custody till April 1, becoming the first CM of the country to do so.


Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has not received relief from the Rouse Avenue Court in the money laundering case related to the Delhi Excise Duty Policy scam. Rouse Avenue Court has refused to pass any interim order to release CM Arvind Kejriwal.

According to reports, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal will have to remain in ED custody till April 1. ED had sought remand from the court. ED said that the data generated from the mobile phone is being analyzed. During the 39-minute hearing in the court, CM Kejriwal himself defended his case. With this, Arvind Kejriwal has become the first sitting Chief Minister of the country to do so. 

According to reports, ED had sought 7 more days' custody of Arvind Kejriwal from the court. After hearing the arguments from both sides, the Rouse Avenue Court reserved its decision. 

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