Manish Sisodia's petition is to be heard in the Delhi High Court tomorrow. Let us tell you that Manish Sisodia has challenged the decision of the lower court in which the court refused to grant him bail in the CBI case.
New Delhi: Manish Sisodia's petition will be heard tomorrow in the Delhi High Court. Please tell that Manish Sisodia has challenged the decision of the lower court. Former Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi and senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Manish Sisodia has approached the Delhi High Court against a trial court order denying him bail in a CBI case related to the alleged Delhi Excise Police scam. The matter will be heard by High Court judge Dinesh Kumar Sharma on Thursday.
Moved towards Delhi High Court
Manish Sisodia has moved the Delhi HC for bail in the case registered by the CBI in the Excise Policy matter. Manish Sisodia has filed a petition in the HC challenging the order of the lower court in which his bail application was rejected by the Rouse Avenue Court. Delhi HC to hear Manish Sisodia's bail application tomorrow.
The trial court rejected Sisodia's bail plea on Friday, March 31. In a detailed order, Special CBI Judge MK Nagpal had prima facie said that the former Excise Minister had played the most important and significant role in the criminal conspiracy related to the alleged Delhi Excise Policy matter.
Court extended judicial custody in ED case also
Delhi liquor scam, the Rouse Avenue Court has once again extended the judicial custody of Manish Sisodia in the money laundering case of ED. After which he will have to remain in Tihar Jail.
The court has extended his custody till April 17. At the same time, even before this, the Rouse Avenue Court had extended the judicial custody of former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia till April 17, 2023, in the CBI case as well. Please inform that Manish Sisodia is in jail in a case related to alleged irregularities in the cancelled excise policy.
Delhi court had also rejected the bail plea of former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in the Excise Policy matter being probed by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The Rouse Avenue Court has now sent Sisodia to judicial custody till April 17.