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Court to hear bribe case against CM Arvind Kejriwal on July 26

Advocate Sharma has sought registration of FIR against the CM for the alleged offences of abetment, offering or accepting bribe.

By: Express News Service | New Delhi | Updated: May 19, 2015 3:35 am
  Arvind Kejriwal,  Arvind Kejriwal  bribes  case,  Kejriwal bribes case,  AAP, Aam aadmi party, Advocate Sharma has sought registration of FIR against the CM for the alleged offences of abetment, offering or accepting bribe and punishment for bribery.

A Delhi court on Monday fixed July 26 for hearing a criminal complaint seeking action against Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for allegedly exhorting voters to take bribes from the Congress and the BJP and vote for the AAP in the Assembly polls.

Metropolitan Magistrate Richa Gusain Solanki, who had earlier directed police to file an action-taken report (ATR) on the complaint, posted the matter for July 26. However, police is yet to file the report in the case.

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After the complaint was filed by advocate Ikrant Sharma, the court had asked police, if any cognizable offence was made out against Kejriwal. If yes, the court had asked if any FIR has been registered. It also asked police to inform it about the status of its investigation.
Sharma has sought registration of FIR against the CM for the alleged offences of abetment, offering or accepting bribe and punishment for bribery.

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    sexagenarian
    Jun 11, 2015 at 8:52 am
    There is an unholy nexus between corrupt political parties, corrupt Business groups, corrupt Bureaucrats, paid Media groups and corrupt elements in Judiciary existing in this country... Each member of this corruption mafia takes the help of other members to pin down people who question their corruption. If one fails then they employ another and together they have so far always succeeded in silencing the voice of the common people against corruption. These powerful vested interest groups and corrupt political parties feel threatened by the presence of Aam Aadmi Party which has been constantly questioning their large scale corruption. Hence they are working 24x7 to malign AAP by all means. For this they misrepresent facts, misinterpret the comments made by AAP leaders, post derogatory paid news against AAP and have also deplo thousands of paid trolls to post negative comments all over the internet against AAP. Even the silliest mistakes of AAP are presented as earth shattering offences by the media and paid trolls. Many innocent unsuspecting Indians have got carried away by this malicious campaign by paid media and paid trolls and has turned away from AAP. In India powerful people can manite the system whichever way they want. So think twice before believing what the rich and powerful want u to believe.....
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    1. Anand Sudan
      Jun 10, 2015 at 8:30 pm
      True colour of AAP is now out. It is a fake party
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        B.UPADHYAY
        Jun 12, 2015 at 5:32 am
        I don’t think ministry is jinxed: Law Minister Kapil Mishra AAP MLA Kapil Mishra replaces Jitendre Singha Tomar as the new Law Minister of Delhi on Wednesday. Written by MAYURA JANWALKAR | New Delhi | Updated: June 11, 2015 10:44 am Kapil Mishra tells Mayura Janwalkar that the controversies surrounding former AAP law ministers Somnath Bharti and Tomar does not concern him and how Delhi has the potential to be a tourist magnet like Singapore. Are you excited about your new job as the minister for law, tourism and art and culture? More than joy or excitement, I feel the weight of responsibility on my shoulders. I am deeply saddened by what (Jitender) Tomarji had to go through. He has been a victim of a political conspiracy. The AAP’s law ministers, in the present and the last 49-day government, have both courted controversy. Are you concerned about that? I don’t think the law ministry is jinxed. I have no reason to believe that and there is no evidence to suggest that either. What have you planned to do with your ministerial portfolios? It will be my endeavour to take Tomarji’s work forward. There is a lot of potential to develop Delhi as a tourist destination. We have a rich heritage. A country like Singapore can be the fourth largest economy driven by tourism. So there is a lot we can do in Delhi too. We will revisit the proposal to develop it as a heritage city. With tension brewing between the Centre and the Delhi government, do you think it will be tough to get work done? One only needs to have some patience and faith in one’s abilities. I am sure this crisis (between Centre and Delhi) will also be resolved soon. Do you think Kejriwal should reinstate Tomar if he is found innocent? We are all waiting for the result of his case. He has been an efficient and able leader and I hope he is cleared of all charges against him. The government will take the appropriate decision after that. First Published on: June 11, 2015 3:02 am Do you like this story 10 5 - See more at:
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          C.P.Jain
          Jun 15, 2015 at 10:04 am
          If acceptance of blue Wagon R by Kejriwal falls under the category of gift or bribe.If he had declared acceptance of gift in his income Tax return.
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            ASHOK KUMAR
            Jun 9, 2015 at 2:38 pm
            Now it is becoming amply clear why kejriwal is not bringing Janlokpal Bill, because 60%of his MLAs will be trapped in the same including Kejriwal himself.
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