New Delhi: The law enforcement agency on Thursday rejected Arvind Kejriwal’s anticipatory bail application in a money laundering case related to the alleged excise policy scam and told the Supreme Court that the right to vote in elections is neither a fundamental right nor a is constitutional law. He’s right, he’s not right

The investigative organization has submitted a fresh affidavit to the Supreme Court, claiming that none of the political leaders have been granted temporary bail due to electioneering so far.

Arvind Kejriwal is not contesting the Lok Sabha elections, the ED said, adding, “Even if he is a competitive candidate, anticipatory bail cannot be granted due to electioneering activities.” If a candidate is arrested, he will be given the Advertising prohibited. ”

The Emergency strongly rejects any interim relief for Mr Kejriwal and says there is no basis to justify the discriminatory treatment of politicians towards farmers and businessmen who want to ply their trade.

“Granting interim bail only for political campaigns violates the principle of equality as the work/trade/profession and activities of every citizen are equally important,” the ED said in its affidavit.

The Supreme Court had already heard arguments from both sides but did not issue an order. The court had said it may consider granting interim bail to the Delhi chief minister due to the Delhi assembly elections.

On Wednesday, Judge Sanjiv Khanna, who presided over Kejriwal’s plea against his arrest in the case, said: “We will pass the interim order (bail) on Friday. The main points are as follows. It was brought up the same day.”