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Delhi Liquor Scam: Arvind Kejriwal’s arrest is an internal matter.. India is angry over Germany’s comments

Delhi Liquor Scam: Arvind Kejriwal's arrest is an internal matter.. India is angry over Germany's commentsDelhi Liquor Scam: Arvind Kejriwal's arrest is an internal matter.. India is angry over Germany's comments

Delhi Liquor Scam: India has strongly objected to Germany’s comments regarding Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s arrest in the Delhi Liquor Policy case. India described the German Foreign Ministry’s comments regarding Kejriwal’s arrest as ‘forced interference in internal affairs’. In this regard, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs summoned the Deputy Head of Mission of the German Embassy on Saturday (March 23).

The Ministry of External Affairs has said that India has termed the arrest of Arvind Kejriwal as an internal matter and does not support the comments made by the German Ministry of External Affairs. George Enzweiler came out after explaining to the office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that these comments caused an uproar. Angered by India’s interference in the matter, India called Georg Enzweiler, Deputy Head of Mission at the German Embassy, ​​to register its formal protest. Enzweiler was seen coming out of the Ministry of External Affairs office in South Block on Saturday morning. After the meeting, the Ministry of External Affairs issued a statement saying, “We view such comments as interference in India’s judicial process and undermining the independence of the judiciary.” All mentioned.   – Delhi Liquor Scam

The Ministry of External Affairs states that India is a legitimate and robust democracy, as in all legal matters in other democracies of the world. The law in the instant case takes its course here also. However, the preconceived notions expressed in this regard are very unjust. This response from India came at a time when the German Foreign Ministry said that India is a democratic country and expects a fair trial in the Kejriwal case.

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Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate in connection with the investigation into the alleged scam in Excise Policy 2021-22. On March 21, a team of ED officials arrived at the CM’s residence to serve a summons, interrogated him, searched his house, and arrested him. Following this, the ED produced him in court on Friday (March 22) and sought a 10-day remand. After that, the court remanded him to ED till March 28, 2024.

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