Manish Sisodia did not get relief in Delhi liquor scam case
Manish Sisodia did not get relief in Delhi liquor scam case

Delhi liquor scam case: On Saturday, Rouse Avenue Court heard the bail request of former Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who was arrested in Tihar Jail in connection with the Delhi liquor scam case. Sisodia was not granted any relief in this bail request. The ruling has been reserved by the court. The court will now provide a decision on April 30.

Manish Sisodia’s bail hearing in the excise matter is already over. CBI made arguments in favor of their position. Manish, the primary culprit, can tamper with the evidence, according to the CBI counsel. After hearing the CBI’s arguments, the ED, which had previously opposed Sisodia’s bail request, has deferred its decision. The CBI and ED were given notice by the court on April 12 and asked to submit their responses within a week.

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Manish Sisodia had applied to the trial court for interim bail, stating that he wanted to take part in the Lok Sabha election campaign. According to Sisodia’s attorney, the interim bail petition is being withdrawn because the court has postponed making a judgment on regular bail. However, the CBI objected to Manish Sisodia’s routine bail request. According to the CBI, he shouldn’t be given bail. He was dubbed the liquor scam mastermind by the CBI.

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