Manish Sisodia’s Bail Plea Rejected by Delhi High Court

Manish shisodiya in Liquor case

Delhi Desk, Delhi Magazine: The Delhi High Court has rejected the bail plea of former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in the CBI case in the Delhi Liquor Policy case. The bench said that the allegations against Sisodia are very serious. He is a powerful person, if he gets bail then the possibility of witness being influenced cannot be ruled out.

Although Manish Sisodia’s lawyer has said that he will approach the Supreme Court against the decision of the Delhi High Court.

Justice Dinesh Sharma said, ‘Sisodia is accused that the liquor policy was made at the behest of the South Group with the intention of giving him undue advantage. This is a very serious matter. Such conduct amounts to gross misconduct on the part of Sisodia, as he was a public servant and held a high position.

Rouse Avenue Court will hear the ED case shortly

ED’s supplementary charge sheet against Manish Sisodia will also be heard today. The case is in Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court. According to reports, the ED has alleged that Sisodia earned more than Rs 622 crore as bribe in the liquor scam.

ED has filed four charge sheets in this case so far. Soon the 5th charge sheet is also going to be filed.

ED alleges- Sisodia used 14 phones, changed 43 sim cards

Some reports on Monday quoted the ED as saying that Sisodia used 14 phones to hide evidence in the liquor policy scam. 43 SIM cards were also changed in this. Out of which only 5 were in the name of Sisodia. ED investigation has revealed that these 14 phones were purchased by a company named Devendra Sharma, Sudhir Kumar, Javed Khan and Romado Cloths.

ED sources said that Sisodia was using the iPhone 13 Max Pro for 11 months, but destroyed it soon after LG’s order. Not only this, he told during the investigation that he did not know where the destroyed phone was.

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