Delhi court extends Manish Sisodia's custody...

Delhi court extends manish Sisodia's custody...

Delhi's Rouse Avenue court has extended the judicial custody of aam aadmi party (AAP) leader and former deputy chief minister of the national capital, manish Sisodia, till May 31. manish Sisodia has been in judicial custody since february 2023, in connection with the delhi liquor policy case. His former boss, delhi chief minister arvind kejriwal was also arrested in connection with a money laundering probe linked to the now-scrapped liquor police. He is currently out on interim bail to campaign for his party for the ongoing lok sabha elections.

The delhi high court is expected to deliver its verdict on Sisodia's bail pleas linked to money laundering and corruption cases lodged by the ED and cbi respectively. Justice Swarana Kanta Sharma is likely to pronounce the orders on both bail pleas at 5 pm today, per the cause list uploaded on the high court’s website. On May 14, the delhi high court reserved its order on manish Sisodia's please after hearing the arguments of the aam aadmi party, cbi and the Enforcement Directorate.

Last week, ED named the aam aadmi party (AAP) as an accused as it filed a money laundering charge sheet against arvind kejriwal in the excise policy case. The ED and cbi have opposed releasing manish Sisodia on bail, claiming concerted efforts by the accused to delay the process of framing charges.

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