Manish Sisodia: Former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia failed to get any relief from the court on Monday as his judicial custody was extended by one more week in connection with alleged irregularities in Delhi’s excise policy. The Rouse Avenue Court has ruled that Sisodia will remain in judicial custody till April 27 and April 29 in the CBI and ED cases.
Let us tell you that in the excise scam case, along with Manish Sisodia, the judicial custody of accused Arun Ramchandra Pillai and Amandeep Dhall has also been extended. The Rouse Avenue Court has extended the judicial custody of Arun Pillai and Amandeep Dhall till April 29 in the case registered by the ED.
Manish Sisodia was arrested on 26 February
#WATCH | Delhi's former Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia brought to Rouse Avenue Court
His Judicial custody is getting over in CBI and ED both cases of excise. pic.twitter.com/FIhxLa1byj
— ANI (@ANI) April 17, 2023
AAP leader Manish Sisodia was arrested on February 26 after nearly eight hours of questioning in this case and officials said that his answers were not satisfactory, later he resigned as the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi. In the excise policy scam case, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal was questioned for about nine hours.
What did Kejriwal say after questioning?
After the CBI inquiry, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Sunday that the CBI asked him about 56 questions in the Excise Policy case and he answered all of them. Kejriwal said I want to say that the whole matter of the Excise Policy is fake(Manish Sisodia).
They don’t have any proof that Aam Aadmi Party(Manish Sisodia) is wrong. This is the result of dirty politics. They (CBI) asked me questions in a friendly and cordial manner. I answered all the questions asked by him.
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