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This picture is of April 3, when Sisodia was brought to the Rouse Avenue Court.
Manish Sisodia had filed a bail plea in the Delhi High Court in the CBI case related to the Delhi liquor policy scam. Justice Dinesh Sharma had sought response from the CBI on this. Also, the day of April 20 was fixed for the hearing.
In the CBI case, Manish’s bail was rejected by the special judge, after which Manish filed a petition in the High Court.
CBI gets custody of Amandeep Dhal till April 21
The Rouse Avenue Court on Wednesday sent Delhi-based businessman Amandeep Singh Dhall to CBI remand till April 21 in the Excise Policy case. Dhal was arrested by the CBI from Tihar Jail on Tuesday. Dhal, director of Brindco Sales, was already arrested by the ED in a money laundering case.
Decision on bail in ED case reserved, decision on April 26
On April 18, a bail hearing was held in the ED case against Manish Sisodia. However, the court reserved the verdict. Now the court will give its verdict on April 26 at 4 pm. Before this, on April 24, the supplementary charge sheet of ED will also be debated in the Delhi court. Manish Sisodia’s bail hearing in the ED case has already been held in the trial court. Meanwhile, the hearing was fixed on 18 April.
The ED had told the court on April 17 that it would also file the next charge sheet against Manish Sisodia, Amandeep Singh Dhal and Arun Ramachandra Pillai by the end of April. Read full news…
Sisodia’s custody in jail has also been extended since February 26.
The custody of former Delhi Deputy CM Sisodia, who was arrested on February 26, has also been extended. On April 17, Special Judge MK Nagpal granted Sisodia custody to ED till April 27 and CBI custody till April 29. Significantly, the ED is probing the case of money laundering and CBI irregularities in the liquor policy case.
The court also sent two other accused, Arun Ramachandra Pillai and Amandeep Dhall, arrested in the case, to ED custody till April 29. Read full news…
Sisodia’s bail plea timeline in ED and CBI case
- On March 31, in the CBI’s liquor policy scam case, his bail plea was rejected by Special Judge MK Nagpal in Delhi Court.
- On April 5, the bail plea in the money laundering case was once again listed for hearing. In which Special Judge MK Nagpal fixed the date of April 12.
- On April 5 itself, Manish Sisodia filed a bail plea in the Delhi High Court in the CBI’s liquor policy scam case.
- During the hearing on the bail plea on April 6, Justice Dinesh Sharma of the Delhi High Court sought the CBI’s response. Hearing is to be held on this today.
- On April 18, the Rouse Avenue Court had reserved the order on bail in the ED case, which would be pronounced on April 26 at 4 pm.
Also read this special news of Bhaskar related to Delhi Liquor Policy case…
CBI interrogated Kejriwal for 9.5 hours, Delhi CM said – asked 56 questions
The CBI on Sunday questioned Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for about nine and a half hours in the Delhi Liquor Policy case. He had reached the agency’s office on Sunday morning at 11.10 am. Kejriwal came out of the agency office at 8.30 pm. Talking to the media after the questioning was over, Sisodia said that the agency asked 56 questions, I answered them all. Read full news…
Kejriwal said – I am dishonest, no one is honest in the world
Arvind Kejriwal held a press conference on Saturday after receiving summons for questioning in the Delhi liquor policy case. During this, he fiercely targeted the central government. Kejriwal said that if I am dishonest then no one is honest in the world. A conspiracy is being hatched to trap me forcibly. Read full news…