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No relief from SC to Manish Sisodia in CBI remand, CJI said- follow tradition, first go to HC for bail

Delhi Liquor Scam: Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, arrested in the Delhi Liquor Scam case, has not got relief from the Supreme Court. On Tuesday, Chief Justice (CJI) DY Chandrachud advised him to follow the tradition. Also refused to interfere in this case.

CJI asked why did you come here? First you should go to the High Court. Take bail from there. It has been said on behalf of the Aam Aadmi Party that they will approach the High Court against the arrest of Manish Sisodia.

Sisodia is on remand for 5 days

In the excise scam, Manish Sisodia is on remand for 5 days from Monday on the orders of the Rouse Avenue Court. Congress leader and senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi had filed a petition in the Supreme Court against his arrest. On which the Supreme Court had agreed to hear.

it’s not good practice

The case was heard in the bench of CJI DY Chandrachud and Justice PS Narasimha. The CJI said, ‘You should have gone to the High Court. Why are you seeking bail directly from the Supreme Court. Why did you come here under Article 32, it is not a good and healthy practice.

Singhvi asked for time, but CJI refused

On this, the senior counsel asked the court for three minutes to speak. But the CJI refused to hear. He said that whatever you want to say, tell it to the High Court. We will not listen. Justice Narasimha said that the matter is of Delhi. It does not mean that you should directly approach the Supreme Court.

Sisodia was arrested after 8 hours of interrogation

CBI is questioning Manish Sisodia. On Monday, in the liquor policy case, the CBI arrested him after 8 hours of questioning. After this, he was presented in the court, from where he was sent on remand for 5 days.

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