4 Mar 2023

Delhi Liquor Policy Scam: Will Manish Sisodia Stay Behind Bars On Holi Or Will He Get Relief, Hearing On Bail Application Today

Delhi Liquor Policy Scam: The five-day custody period of former Deputy CM Manish Sisodia in the CBI, arrested in the alleged liquor scam of the Delhi government, is ending on Saturday. His bail application will be heard in Rouse Avenue Court on Saturday. 

CBI will present Sisodia in the court after the custody period is over. Today it will be decided whether Sisodia will get relief or he will have to remain in jail for the time being.

On behalf of Sisodia, advocate Hrishikesh says that there is a possibility of hearing on the bail application filed before Special Judge MK Nagpal.

SC had rejected Sisodia’s plea

Manish Sisodia challenged the arrest by CBI in the Supreme Court. For this, the Supreme Court reprimanded Sisodia and said that you should first go to the Delhi High Court. Also insisted that it is a wrong practice to directly approach the Supreme Court for bail. 

Manish Sisodia was arrested last Sunday after nearly eight hours of questioning in connection with alleged corruption in the preparation and implementation of the now withdrawn liquor policy for 2021-22. On February 27, the court had sent Sisodia to CBI custody.

Tight security around court

Preparations are being made to present Manish Sisodia in the Rouse Avenue Court located on DDU Marg. The policemen have been deployed on duty since five in the morning itself. Along with this, orders were given that many routes should be closed. 

In fact, South District Police officers suspect that Aam Aadmi Party leaders and Sisodia's supporters may protest against the arrest not only at the CBI headquarters but also outside the court. 

Sisodia and Satyendra have resigned

Manish Sisodia, who was caught by the CBI after getting a setback from the Supreme Court, had resigned from the post of Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi on Tuesday itself. At the same time, jailed minister Satyendar Jain had also sent his resignation to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal

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