Former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party leader Manish Sisodia has filed a petition in the Supreme Court against the Delhi High Court’s decision to deny him bail in the cases related to the Liquor Policy of the Delhi Government.
The Delhi High Court recently denied bail to Manish Sisodia in both the CBI and ED cases related to the new Excise Policy implemented by the Delhi Government. As a result, Sisodia has decided to challenge this decision in the Supreme Court.
Details of the Case
Manish Sisodia’s petition challenges the Delhi High Court’s order, which refused to grant him bail in the CBI and ED cases linked to the Liquor Policy. The Excise Policy implemented by the Delhi Government has been under scrutiny, and Sisodia’s involvement in the policy has resulted in his arrest and subsequent denial of bail.
Seeking Legal Recourse
In his move to approach the Supreme Court, Manish Sisodia is seeking legal recourse after the Delhi High Court’s denial of bail. By challenging the order, Sisodia aims to secure his release and fight against the charges levied against him in the Liquor Policy cases.
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