Why Is AAP Not An Accused Supreme Court Asked To ED In Manish Sisodia Bail Delhi Liquor Policy Case – Why AAP Was Not Made An Accused In Delhi Liquor Policy Case…: SC Questions ED On Sisodia’s Petition
Manish Sisodia got permission from the court to open a new bank account, know why it was needed
A bench of Justice Sanjiv Khanna and Justice SV Bhatti asked ASG SV Raju, representing the ED, “When it is being said in this entire case that the Aam Aadmi Party benefited, then why was the party not made a party?” During the hearing, the bench asked another question whether the cabinet note can be brought in the court of law? Because it also has immunity like parliamentary action.” On behalf of ED, Additional Solicitor General SV Raju said that they will reply on Thursday.
During the hearing, Abhishek Manu Singhvi, while enumerating the list of all the accused on behalf of Sisodia, said that Sharat Kumar, Dinesh Arora and Raghav Magunta have become government witnesses. Everyone has got bail. Only Sisodia has been deprived of bail so far. The hearing on Sisodia’s bail petitions will continue on Thursday also.
“We are in a hurry, need 3-4 hours for debate”, why did Manish Sisodia’s lawyer say this in SC?
Earlier, on September 15, the Supreme Court had adjourned the hearing on Sisodia’s bail till October 4 after a joint request by the lawyers of both the parties. Sisodia is in jail since 26 February.
ED raids Sanjay Singh’s house in excise case
At the same time, the ED team raided the house of Aam Aadmi Party Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh at 7 am on Wednesday. This raid took place in Sanjay Singh’s Delhi house. It is being told that about 7-8 officers are investigating in connection with the excise policy case. Sanjay Singh’s name is also in the charge sheet of the Excise Policy case.
Explainer: Why did ED reach the house of AAP MP Sanjay Singh, know what is the whole matter?
Sanjay Singh’s name is written at 4 places in ED’s chargesheet
In January this year, ED had added Sanjay Singh’s name in its charge sheet. Sanjay Singh had created a lot of uproar regarding this. In fact, in May, Sanjay Singh claimed that ED had added his name by mistake. To which ED replied that, Sanjay Singh’s name has been written at four places in our charge sheet. In three of these places the name is spelled correctly. There was a typing mistake only at one place.
Regarding ED’s action, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said – “1000 raids have been conducted in this case. Nothing will be found at Sanjay Singh’s house. 2024 elections are coming and they know that they will lose. This is their frustration. “Efforts are there. As the elections approach, ED, CBI and all agencies like that will become active.”
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