The headlines of Delhi CM’s arrest reach the international media. Several big media companies covered the arrest news. However, the media represents the CM’s arrest differently. We all know that CM Arvind Kejriwal’s arrest took place on Thursday Night due to his involvement in the liquor policy. The media companies Like The Washington Post, BBC, The New York Times, and other media covered the news. However, the headlines indicate the involvement of the opposition parties in the AAP Leader’s arrest. Let us have a look at Delhi’s CM arrest coverage by the foreign media below.

Delhi CM Arrest Makes Headlines In the International Media

Different International Media are covering the CM arrest in the media. Arvind Kejriwal’s involvement in the money laundering case leads to an arrest. However, different international media are covering the news in another way. Companies like BBC, The New York Times, and The Washington Post cover the news. They make the headlines like ” India Arrests Delhi Chief Minister as Crackdown on Opposition Spreads”. The headlines point out that the CM’s arrest is leading to criticism of the BJP government.

The BJP government is also coming in the highlights after the arrest. Many find it a plan of the opposition party. There are also rumors going on that there is no proof of Arvind Kejriwal’s involvement. As per them, the last proofs collected are 2 years old. But, the arrest took place after 2 years and a few days before the election. Thus, his lawyer and supporters are asking for his release. However, the others in opposition mention that the CM framed the liquor policy.

A political leader like Anna Hazare also mentions their shock at the involvement of Arvind Kejriwal in the liquor policy. Thus, the question of India’s democracy is becoming a matter of concern. Everyone is curious to know about the ongoing politics of pre-Lok Sabha elections. Where Kejriwal’s lawyer Abhishek Manu Singhvi raises questions about the arrest date. Why did the ED arrest him weeks before elections? Is it a step towards the dictatorship? This is the first time in the history of India after independence that a working CM gets arrested. However, Arvind Kejriwal will be working and running the city from the jail.

Several other small political parties are in the support of Delhi’s CM. His team is trying hard to help him as well. Before that, several other constructions of temples and bridges are also being taken as the government’s plan to continue their rule for the coming years.


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