High Court seeks reply from ED-CBI on Manish Sisodia bail
High Court seeks reply from ED-CBI on Manish Sisodia bail

In the money laundering case about the Delhi liquor scam, former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has requested bail. The Delhi High Court has sent a notice to the ED-CBI requesting their response.

Also gave big relief to the AAP leader

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Manish Sisodia, the leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and a former deputy chief minister of Delhi, has received significant relief from the High Court. Sisodia can see his sick wife once a week, as per the Delhi High Court’s ruling. He is going to be detained for this term.

Sisodia has appealed the order made on April 30 by Special Judge Kaveri Baweja of Rouse Avenue Court to deny the bail request in the Delhi High Court. This case’s next hearing is scheduled for May 8.

On April 30, Rouse Avenue Court denied his standard bail request. Special Judge Kaveri Baweja denied Sisodia’s request for bail in the ED and CBI investigations. He then made an application to the High Court. Sisodia had appealed the Rouse Avenue Court’s ruling to the High Court.

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Let us remind you that Sisodia was detained by the CBI on February 26 of last year concerning the money laundering case involving the Delhi liquor scandal. CBI had questioned him for eight hours before his detention. On March 9, the ED arrested him as a result.

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