Arvind Kejrival's Plea allowed by Delhi HC to Access the two Documents pertaining to Jaitley's Tenure as DDCA Chief

Published on 06 Feb 2018 by Tushar

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The Delhi High Court yesterday allowed the plea filed by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal seeking access to two documents pertaining to Arun Jaitley‘s tenure as Delhi & District Cricket Association (DDCA) chief.

The plea was filed in the ongoing defamation case filed by the Finance Minister against Kejriwal for 10 crores, after the latter had made allegations of corruption in the DDCA during Jaitley’s tenure.

Kejriwal’s counsel Anupam Srivastav sought access to all the documents of the meetings from 1999 to 2013. However, Senior Advocate Rajiv Nayyar, appearing for Jaitley, objected to the same, calling it a fishing exercise.

The Single Judge Bench of Justice Manmohan allowed the summoning of only two documents pertaining to the tenure of Jaitley as the President of the DDCA, and also raised concerns over the direction in which the trial is headed.

Source: BarandBench


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