Court action on Arvind Kejriwal's wife Sunita, know in which case Delhi HC sent notice

Ananya Shroff
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New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has directed Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's wife Sunita Kejriwal to remove the video of court proceedings on social media. Sunita Kejriwal had posted this video on social media when Arvind Kejriwal appeared in court after being arrested by the ED in the liquor policy scam case. A bench of Justice Nina Bansal Krishna and Justice Amit Sharma issued notice while hearing a PIL filed against Sunita Kejriwal and others for violating video conferencing rules.

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'Sunita Kejriwal deliberately committed contempt of court'
This PIL against Sunita Kejriwal has been filed by Delhi lawyer Vaibhav Singh. He has alleged that the Chief Minister's wife has deliberately disregarded the video conferencing rules notified by the Delhi High Court. In this petition, a complaint has also been filed against Akshay Malhotra, former user Nagrik-India Jeetega, Pramila Gupta, Vineeta Jain and Dr. Arunesh Kumar Yadav. The court has directed all the accused to remove the video from their social media handles. Now the hearing of this case will be held on July 09.

Demand for formation of SIT
In the petition filed in the court, a demand has been made to form an SIT to investigate and register an FIR against those who made the audio and video of the court proceedings public. The petition states that this step is a threat to the life of the trial court judge.

AAP leaders accused of conspiracy
The petition states that several Aam Aadmi Party workers and members of other opposition parties deliberately and intentionally made audio and video recording of the court proceedings and made it viral on social media platforms. This is an attempt to vitiate the court proceedings and divert it in a wrong direction. The petition alleges that a conspiracy to make audio or video recording of the court proceedings was hatched by Arvind Kejriwal and his party members.

Demand for strict action against the accusedThe petition has sought a thorough investigation to identify those allegedly responsible for recording and sharing audio and video of court proceedings. The petition has appealed that the accused should be given severe punishment under the provisions of the Contempt of Court Act, 1971 and strict action should be taken against those found guilty of violating video conferencing rules. Apart from this, the petition has also demanded that instructions be issued to social media platforms so that such unauthorized recording can be stopped.

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