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Manish Sisodia’s CBI Custody Prolonged By 2 Days In Delhi Liquor Coverage Case

Manish Sisodia is accused no. 1 within the Delhi liquor coverage case. (File)

New Delhi:

Manish Sisodia, former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister, will likely be in CBI custody for no less than two extra days, a courtroom dominated on Saturday.

The Aam Aadmi Occasion chief, who’s being probed over the now-scrapped Delhi liquor gross sales coverage, had utilized for bail and his request will now be thought of Friday.

Particular decide MK Nagpal directed the CBI to supply the Aam Aadmi Occasion chief earlier than the courtroom on Monday.

The CBI had sought three extra days of custody of Mr Sisodia after producing him earlier than the courtroom on the finish of his three-day remand granted earlier.

In his bail request, Manish Sisodia mentioned that holding him in custody will “serve no fruitful goal” as all of the recoveries within the case have already been made.

Mr Sisodia’s lawyer mentioned the “inefficiency of the company” to finish the probe can’t be floor for remand, and he can’t be requested to incriminate himself.

After the order was pronounced, Mr Sisodia informed the courtroom that though the CBI was treating him nicely in its custody, he was repeatedly being requested the identical questions, amounting to psychological harassment.

The courtroom then requested the CBI to not ask him the identical questions.

Mr Sisodia faces corruption allegation in framing the liquor coverage for the nationwide capital, which was scrapped after Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena flagged it to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

The 51-year-old was arrested by the CBI on Sunday. He resigned from the Delhi cupboard on Tuesday.

A day after his arrest, Mr Sisodia had challenged the CBI’s transfer within the Supreme Courtroom.

The courtroom, nonetheless, informed him he ought to have gone to the excessive courtroom, after which Mr Sisodia withdrew his software and mentioned he’ll go to the trial courtroom.

The Delhi Police, Fast Motion Power, and Central Reserve Police Power have been deployed in giant numbers exterior the CBI headquarters for the listening to.

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