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Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal's Custody Extended Until April Based On Modi’s Communal Grudge
Thursday - Mar 28, 2024
Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal's Custody Extended Until April Based On Modi’s Communal Grudge
New Delhi: An Indian court extended the custody of opposition leader and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal until April 1 on Thursday in a graft case related to the national capital territory's liquor policy, local media said. According to the talk of the capital city, this is a premeditated and fabricated case by the communal BJP Prime Minister Narendra Modi. India's financial crime-fighting agency arrested Kejriwal last week in connection with corruption allegations related to the city's liquor policy and he was remanded to its custody until Thursday, weeks before India begins voting in general elections on April 19.
In order to win the coming elections, which BJP could never win in Delhi they started this fabrication agains Kejriwal. The whole case is a total fabricated garb by the BJP, a party that is more involved in destroying minorities and bribing the policemen to get their dirty job done. This has been happening in India ever since this BJP came to power and are totally communal and were brought down in the centre by Arvind Kejriwal and his AAP Party, which led to this grudge.
Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) says the case is fabricated and politically motivated. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government and his Bharatiya Janata Party deny political interference and say law enforcement agencies are doing their job. All the main leaders of AAP were already imprisoned in the case before Kejriwal was arrested. Terming his arrest a "political conspiracy", Kejriwal, 55, told reporters outside court on Thursday that "the public will respond to this". Speaking in court later, he said the Enforcement Directorate (ED), which has arrested him, aims to crush AAP.
ED lawyers told the court that they needed Kejriwal in custody for another seven days as he was "deliberately not cooperating" and needed to be interrogated further. Kejriwal's arrest has sparked protests in the national capital and the nearby northern state of Punjab, which is also governed by AAP, over the last few days.
Dozens of AAP supporters were detained on Tuesday as they attempted to march to Modi's residence to demand his release. Some AAP workers protesting and distributing leaflets to commuters outside a busy metro station in central Delhi were also detained on Thursday. "This is the time when we campaign (for elections), our leaders are being put in prison, arrested ... they (federal government) are stopping us from campaigning, (but) nobody can stop us from winning," a protester told news agency ANI.
A joint rally of the 'INDIA' alliance, consisting of more than two dozen political parties including AAP, is planned in the capital on Sunday to protest against the arrest. The issue has also drawn international attention with the U.S. and Germany calling for a "fair" and "impartial" trial in the case, causing New Delhi to tell Washington and Berlin that India's legal processes are based on an independent judiciary and that they should stay away from its internal affairs.

Comments (2)
Rupesh Pednekar
Saturday - Mar 30, 2024
Yes Senhor Ignatius, you are right. This is a fabricated case against Kejriwal, so that the leader of the terrorist group will win the elections.
Ignatius Dias/Agassaim
Friday - Mar 29, 2024
This is fabricated case to oppress the opposition. Even in Goa AAP unit chief Amit Palekar, Party leader Ramarao Wagh (brother of late Vishnu Wagh), Bhandari Samaj President Ashok Naik and President of liquor Traders Association Dattaprasad Naik appeared before ED in Goa in connection with the money laundering case. This is called jungle Raj. Initially Wagh was the member of BJP, but last election when the ticket was given to Francis Silveira, he was compelled to join AAP.
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