“Every leader in the INDIA alliance will be caught in the web. After Kejriwal, Hemant Soren will go to jail because the BJP lost to him in Jharkhand. Then Tejashwi Yadav, Pinarayi and MK Stalin."
Reacting to the SC’s order, city education minister Atishi said that it contradicts the proceedings in the court during the hearing.
The bench said most of the allegations in the corruption case registered by the CBI against Sisodia were “hearsay”, based on the statements made by approvers.
To avoid any untoward situation and maintain law and order in the wake of protest by a frenzy mob of party workers, the Delhi Police deployed a large number of policemen along with paramilitary.
Special Court judge MK Nagpal granted the ED remand till October 10 (Monday) though the probe agency sought a ten-day remand of the AAP leader.
Both the ED and CBI have alleged that Kavitha received kickbacks in the form of a significant share in Indo Spirit, held under the name of Arun Pillai as a Benami.
Pillai’s counsel said he will take legal action on behalf of his client against the media houses concerned, alleging the reports were ‘fake news and aimed at influencing the case’.
On July 29, Special Judge MK Nagpal of the Rouse Avenue Court had 'denied default bail' to Nair in the excise policy scam case which is now challenged before the High Court.
Earlier, the high court had on July 3 refused to grant bail to Nair and other co-accused in the money laundering case, including former Delhi deputy CM Manish Sisodia.
The Supreme Court on Friday agreed to hear on July 28 AAP leader Manish Sisodia’s plea for interim bail on account of his wife’s illness.
The ED has been tracing the alleged laundering route of the kickback money generated in the alleged scam.
The ED which is tracing the laundering route of the kickback money generated in the scam had arrested Arora on Thursday evening.
“We, accordingly, modify the order impugned in this appeal, directing the interim bail granted to the respondent to continue till June 12, 2023,” the court ordered.