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On Wednesday, the Supreme Court indicated it may rule on Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal's bail application on May 10.
May 08, 2024 04:44 pm

DIVYA DELHI: On Wednesday, the Supreme Court announced that it may issue a ruling regarding the bail petition submitted by Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi, on May 10th.After hearing Kejriwal's bail petition on Tuesday, the Supreme Court decided to hold off on issuing an order. In light of the upcoming election, the highest court stated during the hearing that it did not want Kejriwal to be allowed to carry out his official responsibilities in the event that he was granted interim bail. On the condition that the Delhi lieutenant governor does not reject decisions just because the files were not signed by Kejriwal, the attorney for Kejriwal, Abhishek Singhvi, argued that Kejriwal will not sign any official paperwork if he is released on interim bail.On May 10, the Supreme Court has indicated that it may issue an interim decision regarding Arvind Kejriwal's release. On March 21, Arvind Kejriwal was taken into custody and is currently being held in the Tihar jail. Tuesday was the day that the Supreme Court heard his bail petition, but it did not issue any order.