Delhi excise case: Court to pass order on ED's plea against Arvind Kejriwal

On February 3, the ED had filed a fresh complaint case against Kejriwal for non-compliance of its summons

Delhi court to decide on ED complaint against Arvind Kejriwal for not attending summons in money laundering case. (Photo: IANS)
Delhi court to decide on ED complaint against Arvind Kejriwal for not attending summons in money laundering case. (Photo: IANS)
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A Delhi court is likely to pronounce at 4 PM on Wednesday its order on a complaint filed by the Enforcement Directorate against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over non-compliance of summons in the alleged excise policy money laundering case.

"I am posting the matter for order at 4 PM," Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Divya Malhotra said.

The judge reserved the order after the ED submitted that it has concluded the arguments in the matter.

The ED had on February 3 filed a fresh complaint case against Kejriwal for non-compliance of its summons.

Kejriwal on Friday, 2 February last skipped the fifth summons, which the ED issued to him on Wednesday.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenor had earlier written a letter to the ED, terming the summonses as "illegal and politically motivated". He alleged they were aimed at preventing him from campaigning in elections.

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Published: 07 Feb 2024, 1:46 PM
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