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    ‘Court did not go into sufficiency of material’: SG Mehta argues

    Justice Khanna says, “They filed writ petition before us, we did not open the gates for them.”

    ASG Raju, appearing for Kejriwal, says, “Before arrest, they filed the petition. It was wrongly mentioned remand has been granted.”

    Justice Khanna says, “No, they said it has been moved. Some other matter had also come up on that day, when we said go before the trial court. We refused to entertain.”

    ASG says, “Ultimate relief can’t be granted. Until they challenge final order…”

    Arguing for ED, SG Mehta says, “When he was not arrested, he approached High Court that I should not be arrested. HC called for papers. DB examined them. Thereafter, court did not go into sufficiency of material. Rightly so. Mini-trial is what your Lordships are called upon to conduct. We are opposing that. That is not the scope of your Lordships’ jurisdiction. If S.19 is a trigger to approach under Art 226, then S.41 CrPC also is.”



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