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"Delhi Liquor Case: High Court Shocks Kejriwal with Arrest Endorsement"

Hey folks, got a minute? Let’s talk about something brewing in the capital. The Delhi High Court has thrown a curveball at Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal regarding the infamous Delhi liquor case. Kejriwal’s arrest has been upheld by the High Court, marking a significant setback for the CM. Despite challenging his arrest and custody, Kejriwal faced a rejection of his petition by the court.

Justice Swarana Kanta Sharma dismissed the petition, emphasizing that the law treats everyone equally, including the Chief Minister. The court clarified that the decision pertains specifically to Kejriwal's arrest, not bail, reinforcing the principle of equality before law.

The High Court's stance sheds light on the rigorous application of law, affirming that exemptions in the judicial process are non-existent, regardless of one's political stature. Contrary to the speculation of political motives behind Kejriwal's arrest, the court found substantial evidence justifying the action. The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has implicated Kejriwal in the liquor scam, bringing to the fore allegations of corruption that have rattled the political corridors.

As the saga unfolds, the court’s refusal to buy into the narrative of electoral manipulation through Kejriwal's arrest speaks volumes. The judicial system stands firm on the grounds of legality, dismissing any influence of political vendettas. The involvement of high-profile individuals, including Goa's AAP candidate details recorded by the ED, has further complicated the narrative, delineating a clear distinction between the government's actions and political motivations.

With elections around the corner, the timing of Kejriwal's arrest had raised eyebrows. However, the court's rigorous examination and subsequent ruling reinforce the independence of the judiciary, ensuring that the law remains impartial and above political fray.