America again commented on Kejriwal's arrest, and also spoke on freezing accounts of Congress


America has once again commented on the arrest of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. On summoning the American diplomat, US State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller said that he is closely monitoring the cases of the arrest of Arvind Kejriwal and the freezing of Congress's bank accounts.

Miller said that we will continue to closely monitor these actions, including the arrest of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Miller also said that we are also aware that some bank accounts of the Congress Party have been frozen. He said that we encourage fair, transparent, timely legal process. We don't think anyone should have any objection to this.

Let us tell you that even a day before this, America had issued its statement regarding this matter. He had said that we are keeping a close eye on the arrest of Arvind Kejriwal. We expect a transparent legal process for Chief Minister Kejriwal. India strongly opposed this statement of America. India had summoned American diplomat Gloria Barbena on Wednesday. During this, India said that America should not interfere in our internal affairs. We strongly object to the comments of the US State Department spokesperson.

Germany had also raised questions about Kejriwal's arrest. He had said that India is a democratic country. We hope that the court here is independent. The principles of democracy will be followed in Kejriwal's case also. Kejriwal will get legal help without any hindrance. India had lodged a strong protest on this also. India immediately summoned the Deputy Chief of the German Embassy, ​​Georg Enzweiler and said that India would not tolerate foreign interference on internal issues.

The Indian Ministry of External Affairs said that in diplomacy, nations are expected to respect the sovereignty and internal affairs of others. India's judiciary is independent, so America should not interfere in our judicial process. Let us tell you that Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal was arrested on March 21 in a money laundering case related to the liquor scam. He is in ED custody till March 28.