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ED seeks Apple’s help to access Arvind Kejriwal’s iPhone in Liquor Policy Case probe: Here’s all about it

“ED seeks Apple’s help to access Arvind Kejriwal’s iPhone in Liquor Policy Case probe: Here’s all about it”, Swarajyamag, March 31, 2024:

“Enforcement Directorate investigators, who have been holding Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in custody for over a week, have reportedly reached out to Apple in an attempt to gain access to his iPhone, according to a report from The Indian Express.

Although the ED has not recovered any electronic evidence against the Chief Minister in the form of personal computers or desktops, four mobile phones, including Kejriwal’s, were seized.

During the search conducted on the night of his arrest on 21 March, approximately Rs 70,000 in cash was found at his residence but left untouched…..”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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