Arvind Kejriwal Moves to Rouse Avenue Court for Regular Bail Plea

The Delhi CM is currently on interim bail, granted by the Supreme Court, till June 1.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has moved to the Rouse Avenue Court with a regular bail plea in a defamation case filed against him by BJP leader Vikas Puri. Kejriwal’s move comes after a Delhi court issued a non-bailable warrant against him in the case earlier this month.

The defamation case dates back to 2013 when Kejriwal, then a prominent anti-corruption activist, had accused several politicians, including Puri, of being involved in corrupt practices. Puri had filed a defamation suit against Kejriwal for making false and defamatory statements against him.

The case has been ongoing for several years, with both parties presenting their arguments in court. Earlier this month, the court had issued a non-bailable warrant against Kejriwal after he failed to appear for a hearing in the case.

Kejriwal’s decision to move to the Rouse Avenue Court with a regular bail plea indicates his intention to fight the defamation charges against him. The Delhi CM has maintained his innocence throughout the legal proceedings and has expressed confidence that he will be able to prove his case in court.

The outcome of Kejriwal’s regular bail plea remains to be seen, but the case is likely to continue to garner attention due to the high-profile nature of the parties involved. Stay tuned for further updates on this developing story.

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