Arvind Kejriwal’s bail: Supreme Court terms Delhi HC’s stay order ’unusual’, says ‘judgment should have been…’

The Supreme Court of India termed the Delhi High Court’s stay on Arvind Kejriwal’s bail as ‘unusual’. Kejriwal’s bail was stayed in a money laundering case linked to an excise policy. The SC reserved its order and scheduled a hearing for June 26. The vacation bench emphasized that judgments on stays are usually passed immediately, questioning the delay. Kejriwal’s lawyer requested the interim stay to be lifted.

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