AAP protestors detained outside Patel Chowk metro station as BJP demands resignation of Delhi CM

Arvind Kejriwal, remanded to seven-day custody by the Enforcement Directorate until March 28th for his arrest in connection with the Delhi Excise Policy case linked to money laundering, is among two senior AAP leaders facing judicial custody. The case involves alleged irregularities in the framing and implementation of the 2022 Delhi excise policy. AAP protestors, including Punjab Minister Harjot Singh Bains, were detained outside Patel Chowk metro station, prompting heightened security due to a planned ‘gherao’ protest at the Prime Minister’s residence. Meanwhile, the BJP staged a protest demanding Kejriwal’s resignation. Paramilitary personnel have been deployed to maintain order, with the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation closing stations in anticipation of unrest. Additionally, a rally by the INDIA bloc is scheduled for March 31st in protest.

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