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News of relief to Kejriwal amid ED-CBI arrests, the court accepted this demand of Delhi Chief Minister

  New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been sent to judicial custody till July 12 by the Rose Avenue court in the CBI case. Along with this, Kejriwal is also in judicial custody in the ED case. Meanwhile, news of relief has come for them. Actually, the court has accepted the demand of Kejriwal's lawyer. Kejriwal's lawyer Rishikesh Kumar said, "Arvind Kejriwal was produced in court as his three-day CBI custody ends today. The CBI did not seek further police custody. They sought judicial remand, which We have heard protesting that he has no basis. Arvind Kejriwal will now be produced in court on July 12 to seek judicial remand.

Kejriwal's lawyer has made this demand

The lawyer said that Kejriwal should be provided diabetes medicines, testing kit (glucometer) and home food while in judicial custody and the court has accepted our demands. The court said that Kejriwal will continue to get all this till he remains in custody. In this case, we will file the bail petition on Monday or Tuesday.

Kejriwal met his wife Sunita for 10 minutes

After the hearing, Kejriwal's lawyer sought permission to meet his wife Sunita Kejriwal for ten minutes in the courtroom itself. The court accepted the request. Earlier, the court had reserved the decision after hearing the arguments of both the parties. Later, the court sent Kejriwal to judicial custody till July 12.