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No relief to CM Kejriwal, will have to appear in the court tomorrow on the summons of ED, the court suggested this way for exemption – Delhi court rejects Arvind Kejriwal plea seeking stay on the magistrate court proceedings in complaint of ED ntc theinsiderinsight


CM Kejriwal has got a shock from Delhi's Rouse Avenue Court. The court has refused to impose a stay on the court summons and has rejected Kejriwal's request for adjournment on his plea for interim relief. The court asked Kejriwal to approach the lower court for exemption from appearance.

In fact, Kejriwal had challenged the magistrate's order summoning him on the complaint of ED, which is investigating the money laundering case related to the alleged scam in liquor policy.

The court has not put any stay on the summons in which he has been directed to appear before the court tomorrow. The court said that if Kejriwal wants exemption, he will have to appear before the summons issued to him. Kejriwal will have to appear in compliance with the court order. The court said that if he wants exemption from physical presence, then a request can be made before the concerned court, for which he will have to appear before the court tomorrow.

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