Manish Sisodia’s CBI Custody Extended Till Monday; Bail Plea Hearing On March 10


New Delhi: A Delhi court on Saturday extended CBI custody of former Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia till Monday in connection with the alleged Delhi excise policy scam.

While Sisodia’s bail plea will be heard on March 10.


  • Manish Sisodia was produced before the Rouse Avenue Court on Saturday.
  • Senior Advocate Dayan Krishnan appearing for Manish Sisodia opposes the CBI application seeking an extension of remand. Seeking an extension of remand by CBI is not justified, argues Krishnan.
  • Manish Sisodia’s non-cooperation cannot be a ground for custody and cannot be asked to incriminate himself, his lawyer tells court, reports newswire ANI.
  • Sisodia was produced before the Rouse Avenue District Court after the expiry of his custodial remand.
  • “They are making me sit for questioning for as long 9-10 hours asking me the same questions again and again, it not less than mental harassment” alleged Former Delhi minister Manish Sisodia to court.
  • “Karnataka Minister’s son was found with Rs 8 Crore but Manish Sisodia was arrested and he wasn’t. They say Manish Sisodia is corrupted but in raids, he was found in possession of only Rs 10,000. They couldn’t find anything even in Sisodia’s bank locker, said the AAP national convener Arvind Kejriwal.

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