Updates: Probe Agency Gets Arvind Kejriwal’s Custody Till April 1 In Liquor Policy Case

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s Enforcement Directorate custody has been extended by another four days in the alleged liquor policy scam. Mr Kejriwal will now be in the probe agency’s custody till April 1. The agency, which investigates financial crimes, had sought seven days. 

The agency claims it has evidence to prove that bribe money was used by the AAP in Goa elections. The Chief Minister, who addressed the courtroom directly, accused the ED of trying “to crush” his party. He also pointed out that “no court has proven me guilty” and slammed what he said were flimsy reasons to arrest a sitting Chief Minister.

Here are the LIVE updates on Arvind Kejriwal’s custody hearing:

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