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Delhi liquor policy case: Manish Sisodia's judicial custody extended till Apr 18
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Delhi liquor policy case: Manish Sisodia's judicial custody extended till Apr 18

| @indiablooms | 06 Apr 2024, 02:45 pm

New Delhi/UNI: A Delhi court on Saturday extended the judicial custody of Aam Aadmi Party leader and former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia till April 18.

The Rouse Avenue Court denied bail to Sisodia after hearing the pleas of the jailed AAP leader in both the Enforcement Directorate and Central Bureau of Investigation cases.

Special Judge Kaveri Baweja heard the matter.

Sisodia was first arrested by the CBI on February 26 and on March 9 by the ED last year in Delhi Liquor Case.

He has already been denied bail by the trial court, high court and the Supreme Court in both cases earlier.

The Supreme Court had also dismissed Sisodia's review petitions against the denial of bail. His curative petitions have also been dismissed.

Another AAP leader and party MP Sanjay Singh, who is out on bail, was also present in the court.

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