27 Apr 2023

BJP Government Gives Big Relief To Kejriwal; That's Why Goa Police Had Sent Him Summons

NEW DELHI: The BJP is constantly attacking Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal. Recently, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra put Kejriwal in the dock with allegations of spending crores on renovation of the house. 

On the other hand, Sanjay Singh of the Aam Aadmi Party also targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that the BJP wants to divert attention from the important issues of the country, hence making baseless allegations.

Amidst the ongoing political tussle between the AAP and the BJP, a big news has come that the BJP-ruled state of Goa has given a big relief to Arvind Kejriwal. The relief is that Kejriwal was to appear on April 27, but the Goa Police has given him a big relief by withdrawing the summons. AAP convenor Kejriwal has got relief at a time when the BJP is an all-round attacker. Kejriwal's difficulties have increased from Delhi to Gujarat. The court of Gujarat has sent summons to him regarding the degree dispute. Before it could be settled, the BJP blamed the alleged expenditure of Rs 45 crore on the CM House in Delhi. While the BJP is already releasing arrows of allegations everyday regarding the liquor scam.

That's why Goa police sent summons

Last year, there were Goa assembly elections in 2022 and the Aam Aadmi Party was accused of vandalizing government property because posters were put up at government buildings and other government places. 

Controversy grew over these posters of AAP and being the party chief, the Goa police sent summons. Kejriwal was to appear on 27 April. Even before this, the Goa Police filed an application in the court saying that it is withdrawing the summons issued to Arvind Kejriwal. Expressing strong concern over the posters pasted on public properties, the Goa Police had issued a notice under Section 41 (A) of the CrPC on April 13.


Case heard here

The entire matter was heard at the Goa bench of the Bombay High Court on Wednesday. A bench comprising Justice Mahesh Sonak and Justice Valmiki Menezes was told by the Goa Police that it is going to withdraw the summons issued to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Kejriwal's advocate Subodh Kantak said that the petition has now been disposed of.

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