'ED In Panic...': AAP's 1st Reaction After Delhi HC Halts Arvind Kejriwal's Bail Order

After the Delhi High Court on Friday stayed trial court's order on granting bail to the Delhi Chief Minister in case linked to excise policy, the Aam Aadmi Party reacted to the matter.
Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

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New Delhi: After the Delhi High Court on Friday stayed trial court's order on granting bail to the Delhi Chief Minister in case linked to excise policy, the Aam Aadmi Party reacted to the matter.
Addressing a press conference, Delhi Minister and AAP leader Saurabh Bharadwaj said, "In panic, early in the morning lawyers representing Enforcement Directorate and central government reached the High Court. Even before trial court's order was out, the High Court stayed the bail of Arvind Kejriwal."
"The trial court was convinced that Arvind Kejriwal did not commit any crime," Saurabh Bharadwaj said.
Earlier today, AAP Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh said, "After Kejriwal ji got bail, Enforcement Directorate (ED) was shocked, there was panic in entire BJP as to what has happened. BJP told ED: Go to High Court and stand in line in the morning itself. BJP has become brainless, even the trial court order has not been uploaded yet, copy was not received and ED has reached the High Court. Till date such a thing has never happened in the Indian judicial system."
Wife of Arvind Kejriwal, Sunita said, "It was only yesterday your Chief Minister got bail. In the morning, the order was supposed to be uploaded. Even before the order was uploaded, the ED approached the Delhi High Court. This happened as if Kejriwal is the most wanted terrorist in India."
"The ED does not want to give anyone liberty and has gone to the high court against the Chief Minister demanding a stay on his bail," Sunita added.
In a setback for Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi High Court on Friday stayed trial court's order on granting bail to the Delhi Chief Minister in a money laundering case linked to the alleged liquor excise policy scam. The High Court reserved its verdict for two to three days on the plea filed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) challenging the Rouse Avenue court's order. The HC bench comprising Justices Sudhir Kumar Jain and Ravinder Dudeja halted the bail order till it pronounced its verdict in the case.
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