Aam Aadmi Party leader Sanjay Singh Image Credit source: PTI
Sanjay Singh, arrested by ED in the alleged scam case in Delhi’s excise policy, appeared in Rouse Avenue court today. His supporters were hopeful that he would get bail but the court has currently refused to grant him bail. During the hearing, the judge asked about the production warrant against Sanjay Singh in the Vikram Singh Majithia case going on in Punjab, on which his lawyer told the court that Sanjay Singh has got bail in the case but due to non-appearance. Warrant has been issued. The court has directed him to appear in this case.
Special Judge MK Nagpal of Rouse Avenue Court has allowed Sanjay Singh to go to Amritsar on November 18 to appear before him in the production warrant issued in the Majithia case. He can go to Amritsar in the presence of security personnel. Besides, MP Sanjay’s poor health was also cited but the court rejected his bail plea. During his appearance in the court, Sanjay Singh said that there is a big conspiracy going on to implicate Arvind Kejriwal, not just the arrest, these people are going to carry out a big incident with Kejriwal.
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Manish Sisodia can meet his wife
Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia appeared in Avenue Court. He was arrested in February this year in the liquor scam case. His wife is ill and he had sought time from the court to meet his wife. The court has given permission for this. He can meet his wife tomorrow from 10 am to 4 pm. He had sought interim bail to meet his wife.
There are serious allegations against Sanjay Singh
In fact, the ED has alleged that Sanjay Singh had played a key role in the formulation and implementation of the excise policy, which had benefited some liquor manufacturers as well as wholesalers and retailers. However, for your information, let us tell you that the new excise policy of Delhi government has now been cancelled.
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