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.