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Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia’s Judicial custody extended Till May 23

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Manish Sisodia has given judicial  custody  by Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court on Monday in connection with the Enforcement Directorate’s excise policy case until May 23. This follows ED’s assertion, made on Saturday before the Rouse Avenue Court in Delhi, that Manish Sisodia, the current accused, committed the crime that resulted in the crime proceeds of Rs 622 crores in the case involving the excise policy.

In the meantime, the court set May 10 for hearing of the additional chargesheet brought against AAP leader and former deputy chief minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia. The court further requested  ED to submit a soft copy of the supplemental chargesheet by May 8 on a CD, DVD, or pen drive.

For the first time, the ED submitted a 2,000-page chargesheet against Manish Sisodia, a convicted former deputy chief minister of Delhi and leader of the AAP, on Thursday.

According to PTI, this was the fourth additional chargesheet and overall fifth prosecution complaint submitted in the case before a designated special Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court in Delhi.

Sisodia is now in judicial custody after being taken into custody by the ED  on March 9 from Tihar Jail. The CBI, which is also looking into the case, was the agency that first detained the Aam Aadmi Party leader.



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