'Criticism of the decision welcome', supreme court replied on Kejriwal's interim bail

After coming out of jail, kejriwal has given some statements on which ED has raised objection. The supreme court has refused to take any action in this matter. On May 10, the supreme court gave relief to delhi CM arvind kejriwal, who was jailed in the Excise Policy Case. He has been granted interim bail till june 1. In such a situation, ED has expressed objection to the statements given by kejriwal during the election campaign. However, in this case the supreme court has refused to take action on Kejriwal's statements. The court said that criticism of this decision is welcome.

ED raised questions

Actually, ED had raised the issue of Arvind Kejriwal's statements before the court. After this, the supreme court refused to take action on Kejriwal's statements and said that our order is clear as to when kejriwal has to surrender. The court said that we have also given the reason for granting interim bail. This is the decision of the apex court and the rule of law will be governed by it. The court said that what was said is Kejriwal's perception.

Arvind kejriwal gave statement

ED has expressed objection to Kejriwal's statements after coming out of jail. Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that during the election campaign, kejriwal has been saying that if you make aam aadmi party win, he will not have to go back to jail on june 2. This is a clear violation of the conditions of the supreme Court. He said that this is a slap on the face of the judiciary. Advocate abhishek Manu Singhvi, appearing on behalf of kejriwal, has opposed the arguments of Tushar Mehta.

What did the supreme court say?

A bench of Justice Sanjiv Khanna and Justice Dipankar Dutta said, 'We have not made any exception for anyone, we have said in our order only what we felt was appropriate.' The bench said that critical analysis of the judgment is 'welcome'. Let us tell you that Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for ED, had objected to Arvind Kejriwal's speeches in election rallies. kejriwal said that if you people voted for aam aadmi party, he would not have to go back to jail on june 2. To this the bench replied, 'This is their perception, we cannot say anything.'

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