Supreme Court affirms: Arvind Kejriwal not a habitual criminal, bail plea hopeful

The ED has been rigorously pursuing the case, alleging misconduct on the part of the Delhi Chief Minister.

The Supreme Court proceedings on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s case took a turn today, as the court made a pivotal statement affirming that Kejriwal is not a habitual criminal, amidst objections raised by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) regarding his bail plea.

Arvind Kejriwal’s arrest stems from allegations of corruption and financial irregularities. The ED has been rigorously pursuing the case, alleging misconduct on the part of the Delhi Chief Minister. Kejriwal, a prominent figure in Indian politics, has vehemently denied these allegations, asserting his innocence and claiming political vendetta behind his arrest.

As the legal proceedings progressed, the ED raised objections to Kejriwal’s bail plea, citing concerns about potential flight risks and tampering with evidence. However, the Supreme Court bench, after careful deliberation, delivered a significant statement, asserting that Kejriwal is not a habitual criminal, thereby offering a glimmer of hope to the beleaguered Chief Minister.

The courtroom drama surrounding Kejriwal’s case has captured the nation’s attention, with supporters and detractors alike closely monitoring developments. Kejriwal’s arrest has sparked intense debate within political circles, with some viewing it as a crucial step towards accountability and others decrying it as politically motivated persecution.

Amidst the legal battles and public scrutiny, Arvind Kejriwal maintains his innocence, vowing to clear his name and continue serving the people of Delhi. The Supreme Court’s statement today provides a ray of hope for Kejriwal and his supporters, signalling a potential turning point in his legal ordeal.