Delhi Liquor Case | Delhi Liquor Policy Case: ED asked for 7 days remand, Sisodia said – I should be sent to jail, decision reserved. Navabharat (New India)

New Delhi. According to a big news received from the capital Delhi, the ED has now sought 7 more days remand in the court regarding former Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.

On the matter today, ED told the court that Sisodia had changed his mobile after the complaint was sent to the Lieutenant Governor. But now the data of this mobile has been withdrawn again. At the same time, the order of Manish Sisodia’s custody has been reserved in Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court in Delhi Liquor Policy case.

In this regard, Sisodia said in the court through his lawyer that if he is not needed on March 18 and 19, he should be sent to jail. However, the court has reserved the decision after hearing both the sides.

It is to be known that Manish Sisodia was earlier arrested by the CBI in Delhi’s liquor policy scam. After that the CBI interrogated him on remand and produced him in the court and sent him to jail. After which the ED arrested him on March 9 while investigating the money trail in the same case. On the other hand, the next day, after presenting in the court, he was taken on 7-day police custody remand, accusing him of not cooperating in the investigation against Sisodia.

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