"His Assumption... ": Supreme Court Junks Probe Agency's Arvind Kejriwal Plea | Read

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The Supreme Court has junked the Enforcement Directorate's plea for action against out-on-bail Arvind Kejriwal, reasoning the Delhi Chief Minister's "... if you vote for AAP (when Delhi's seven Lok Sabha seats poll next week) I won't have to go back to jail" remark did not violate his bail terms. The court told the federal agency Mr Kejriwal's comment constituted his personal opinion, and said, "It Is his assumption... we cannot say anything. Our order (on the Chief Minister returning to jail on June 2) is clear. That is the decision of this court (and) we will be governed by the rule of law..."

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