Delhi chief minister arvind kejriwal has petitioned the supreme court for a seven-day extension of his interim bail in the money laundering case relating to the liquor policy scandal. He was released on May 10 after the court allowed his temporary bail application to campaign for the lok sabha elections.
The aam aadmi party (AAP) stated that kejriwal requested the delay because he needed to undertake medical testing.
Kejriwal must submit to jail officials on june 2, the day after his interim bail is slated to expire.

The AAP supremo was detained by the Enforcement Directorate on 21 march in connection with the delhi liquor policy case and later incarcerated in Tihar Jail.
While approving his temporary bail request on May 10, the supreme court directed the chief minister to surrender on june 2 and stated, "Let us not draw any parallels. He was detained in march, and it might have happened before or after. Now, after 21 days, there will be no difference. "On june 2, arvind kejriwal will surrender."
Under the interim bail rules, kejriwal is not permitted to enter the delhi Chief Minister's office or the delhi Secretariat.

He has also been instructed not to discuss the case or communicate with any of the witnesses.
Since his temporary bail, kejriwal has been tirelessly campaigning for his party.
While addressing a townhall meeting with traders and businessmen in Ferozepur, he requested support from the punjab people, stating that they must step up and lead the battle to maintain the Constitution, democracy, and freedom in our nation.

Referring to his detention, he stated, "On march 16, the general elections were declared, and they detained me on march 21. They detained me, my party leaders Sanjay Singh, manish Sisodia, and Satyendar Jain, and then Modi says in delhi, "Let us fight the election."
Targeting the BJP-led Centre, the AAP leader stated that some opposition politicians had been imprisoned, and "then they say, let's fight the election".


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