AAP Dashboard: AAP Presents 9th Budget After A Day's Delay, Sisodia Sent To 14-Day Judicial Custody
Former Deputy Chief Minister, Manish Sisodia, has been sent into 14-day judicial custody, till April 5, by a Delhi Court.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) had produced him on conclusion of his custodial interrogation in the matter, after quizzing him for seven days in their custody.
Meanwhile, the AAP government in Delhi presented its ninth budget in the Delhi Assembly after a delay of one day.
The AAP government had accused the MHA for withholding the budget. However, the MHA and the LG Office dismissed these claims. According to the MHA, the Budget document was sent to Delhi government on 17th March after making observations and seeking clarifications on the same.
The Delhi government did not send the file back for approval.
On Monday, the Rouse Avenue Court in Delhi extended the judicial custody of Manish Sisodia until April 3 by the Central Bureau of Investigation.
As a result, the detained AAP government's former minister, currently in the Enforcement Directorate (ED)'s custody until March 22, will return to judicial custody, in case his ED remand is not extended further.
Despite extending an invitation, the chief ministers of seven non-BJP, non-Congress governed states snubbed AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal's dinner invitation on March 18.
Kejriwal had hoped to form a coalition for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, but his plans were thwarted as none of the invitees turned up.
The proposed gathering, named the "Progressive Chief Ministers' Group of India" or G-8 by Kejriwal, was supposed to include eight leaders, and a press conference was scheduled for the following day.
A Delhi Court granted the Enforcement Directorate (ED) an extension of five days for the custody of Manish Sisodia.
According to the ED, Sisodia's custody has yielded crucial information that requires him to be confronted with other accused individuals. The ED also informed that they are analyzing voluminous data obtained from Sisodia's email, mobile, and other devices using forensics.
Meanwhile, after two weeks of Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) arresting Sisodia, his bungalow has been assigned to Atishi, who replaced him in the Cabinet recently.
His family has been granted 15-days time to vacate.
An FIR has been filed by the CBI against former Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia and six others under the Prevention of Corruption Act on the charges of political snooping by the AAP's purported 'Feedback Unit (FBU)'.
Congress leaders have also demanded that the matter be treated as sedition and probed under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA
Read about CBI's preliminary inquiry into the case.
Delhi CM, Arvind Kejriwal, and Punjab CM, Bhagwant Mann commenced their election campaign in the states scheduled for elections this year.
A Delhi Court remanded AAP leader, Manish Sisodia, to ED custody till March 17.
The court noted in its 14-page order that Sisodia, as the deputy CM at the relevant time and also the excise minister, was directly responsible for framing as well as implementing the excise policy.
The ED alleged that Sisodia made false statements about the scam and destroyed important evidence in the form of 14 phones/IMEIs.
Manish Sisodia was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on money laundering charges in the now-defunct Delhi excise policy.
Updates on Delhi Liquor Scam
On Monday, the Rouse Avenue Court remanded Manish Sisodia to judicial custody until March 20.
The ED made its 11th arrest with Arun Ramchandra Pillai, a Hyderabad-based businessman and member of the 'South Group'.After his arrest.
K Kavitha, daughter of Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, was summoned by the ED for questioning regarding her alleged involvement in Indospirits, a liquor firm where Pillai was reportedly acting as her benami.
Chief Minister of Delhi and AAP supremo, Kejriwal, addressed his first election rally in Karnataka, alongside the Chief Minister of Punjab, Bhagwant Mann.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) launched a PR campaign, #ILoveManishSisodia, with desks set up in and around Delhi schools.
Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia and his cabinet colleague Satyendar Jain on Tuesday (28 February) resigned from their posts in the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal led Delhi cabinet.
Satyendra Jain has resigned after 9 months of being behind bars in the case of money laundering.
The CBI arrested Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in connection with alleged corruption in the formulation and implementation of the now-scrapped liquor policy for 2021-22 after nearly eight hours of questioning.
Here's an explainer on the Liquor scam.
Amit Rattan Kotfatta, an Aam Aadmi Party MLA from Punjab's Bathinda Rural seat, has been arrested by the Vigilance Bureau in a bribery case.
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Manish Sisodia in Trouble Again: MHA Green-lights CBI Probe in Snooping Case
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has given the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) the green light to investigate allegations of political spying against Delhi Deputy Chief Minister, Manish Sisodia.
CM Bhagwat Mann Wants To Send School Principals For Singapore Training, Governor Questions Selection Criteria
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Mohalla clinics from Ayushman Bharat Funds
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Stay tuned for more on AAP government's shenanigans.
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