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CBI officials escorting Manish Sisodia to Rouse Avenue Court.
The remand of Manish Sisodia, arrested in the Delhi liquor policy case, has been extended for two days. The Rouse Avenue Court on Saturday sent the former Deputy CM of Delhi to CBI custody till March 6. At the same time, the court will give its verdict on March 10 on the bail plea filed by Sisodia.
Today i.e. on Saturday, Sisodia was produced in Rouse Avenue Court. The CBI had sought his custody from the court for three days. Sisodia was arrested on 26 February. On February 27, the court sent him on CBI remand for five days. The period of remand has come to an end today i.e. on 4th March.
On February 27, the court sent Sisodia to 5-day custody, which was completed on March 4.
debate in court
CBISisodia’s remand should be extended by three days.
court- Why? What is left now?
CBI- Manish Sisodia is being questioned daily till 8 pm, but he is not cooperating in the investigation. Now many questions have to be answered from him, apart from this he has to be confronted with some witnesses of the case.
Sisodia’s lawyer Dayan Krishnan- Remand should not be given. CBI cannot ask for remand on the ground that we are not cooperating in the investigation. For the first time it was enough to give remand on this basis, now if it is given then it will be excessive.
courtIf you feel that the remand was wrong, then that order should have been challenged in the High Court.
Sisodia’s second lawyer Mohit Mathur- After the remand of three days, some new fact should have come in the remand application, but even today the investigating agency is giving the same argument, which was given on the first day.
court- You are having custody issues.
Sisodia- I don’t have any problem physically. Food is also available on time, but the officials ask me the same question again and again. Due to this I am feeling mental harassment. I appeal to the court to save me from this torture.
court – CBI should pay attention to Manish Sisodia’s problem.
Sisodia’s argument – fully cooperated in the inquiry
On Friday, Sisodia had filed a bail application in the lower court. In this petition, he wrote that he has cooperated in the CBI inquiry. They have come whenever they have been called. He argued that there is no valid reason to keep him in custody now, as all the recovery has been done by the CBI.
The court said that the bail plea will be heard on March 10 at 2 pm.
The court sent Sisodia to CBI custody till March 6.
Kejriwal said – got 8 crore rupees from BJP leader’s bet, caught Sisodia
Delhi CM Kejriwal targeted in Karnataka’s Davangere for increasing Sisodia’s custody. Kejriwal said that the son of a BJP leader was caught with Rs 8 crore, but he was not arrested. May be BJP will give him Padma Bhushan next year. 8 crore rupees were found from his house and arrested Manish Sisodia. Nothing was found during the raid at Manish Sisodia’s house.
Police, Rapid Action Force and CRPF were deployed outside the CBI office even before the appearance of Sisodia in Rouse Avenue Court.
A large convoy of vehicles left from the CBI office to take Sisodia to the court.
Aam Aadmi Party workers protesting against the arrest of former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.
Sisodia was arrested on 26 February
CBI arrested Sisodia on February 26 after 8 hours of questioning. He was produced in the court on 27 February. The court had given 5 days custody of Sisodia to CBI. On the morning of 28 February, Congress leader and senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi filed a petition in the Supreme Court against Sisodia’s arrest.
He appealed to the court to hear the matter immediately, which was accepted by the court. However, during the hearing on February 28, the bench of CJI Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice PS Narasimha rejected the petition and said that you should first go to the High Court. What does it mean to come directly to us? We cannot promote a wrong tradition. Read the full news here…
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CBI got Sisodia’s five-day remand
The CBI had told the Delhi court that Sisodia was not cooperating in the investigation. They are giving roundabout answers to every question, so their 5-day remand is needed. Sisodia’s lawyer opposed it. His argument was that sending a deputy CM on remand would send the wrong message.
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