India court extends detention of opposition's Kejriwal

Updated April 15 2024 - 7:35pm, first published 7:32pm
Arvind Kejriwal's arrest sparked protests and united a 27-party opposition alliance called INDIA. (EPA PHOTO)
Arvind Kejriwal's arrest sparked protests and united a 27-party opposition alliance called INDIA. (EPA PHOTO)

A New Delhi court has extended the detention of opposition leader Arvind Kejriwal in a graft case until April 23, legal news website Live Law reports, a setback to the opposition, which needs him to campaign in general elections that begin this week.

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