Court exempts Kejriwal from individual appearence for now

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New Delhi, Aug 20: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, blamed in a criminal slander dissension recorded by BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri, was today conceded exclusion from individual appearance for the day by a court here.

Metropolitan Magistrate Harvinder Singh additionally allowed exception from individual appearance to Bidhuri for now and posted the matter for hearing on September 3, as both sides were not present.

The judge conceded the help to Kejriwal after his insight presented that the Chief Minister was in Goa to go to some open gatherings there.

Kejriwal was conceded safeguard by the court on July 8 on outfitting of an individual obligation of Rs 10,000 after he showed up under the steady gaze of the court.

He was summoned as denounced by the court in February this year on a criminal slander objection recorded against him by Bidhuri, a MP from South Delhi parliamentary body electorate, under area 500 (criticism) of the IPC.

Bidhuri had charged that Kejriwal had slandered him amid a meeting to a news channel.

He had guaranteed that amid the meeting, Kejriwal had dishonestly said that criminal arguments were pending against Bidhuri and a Congress pioneer yet the Delhi Police was not making a move against them.

Bidhuri guaranteed that no argument was pending against him and Kejriwal had stigmatized him by giving such an announcement.