Delhi Excise Policy Case: SC Refuses CM Kejriwal’s Plea for Extension of Bail

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Delhi Excise Policy Case: SC Refuses CM Kejriwal’s Plea for Extension of Bail 

| Updated: May 29, 2024 12:50

The Supreme Court registry on Wednesday declined to list Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s plea for an urgent listing of his case, which sought an extension of his interim jail by seven days in order to undertake certain medical tests. On June 2, Arvind Kejriwal is set to surrender before the Tihar prison officials.

Rejecting the application, the Supreme Court registry stated that the petition was unmaintainable because Arvind Kejriwal was allowed to petition the trial court for regular bail.

On May 28, a vacation bench of the Supreme Court comprising Justices JK Maheshwari and KV Viswanathan took consideration of the submissions of senior advocate Abhishek Singhvi, appearing for the Delhi chief minister, and said the Chief Justice of India could take the decision on the listing of the interim plea as the judgement has been reserved in the primary matter.

In light of his “sudden and unexplained weight loss coupled with high ketone levels,” which are suggestive of kidney, significant heart diseases, and even cancer, Arvind Kejriwal is seeking a seven-day extension of his interim bail so that he can undertake a number of medical tests, including a PET-CT scan.

In a fresh plea submitted on May 26, Arvind Kejriwal said that he would surrender before the jail officials on June 9 rather than June 2, as previously scheduled.

In order to allow the chief minister to campaign for the Lok Sabha elections, the Supreme Court on May 10 granted him a 21-day interim release. The chief minister had been detained in connection with a money laundering case involving the excise policy “scam.”

On June 2, a day after the conclusion of the last phase of the seven-phase polling, it ordered Arvind Kejriwal’s surrender.

The matter concerns the alleged corruption and money laundering during the development and implementation of the excise policy for 2021–2022, which the Delhi government has now scrapped.

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