Last month, the Delhi High Court dismissed his bail plea saying the plea is "premature" and the ED investigation is ongoing into the matter.
They said the Advocate General has not explained as to why the anticipatory bail should not be given to the petitioners.
The CID has registered the case alleging that the decision of the previous government to remove the privilege fee for a license had resulted in a huge loss to the government exchequer.
Hearing the matter at length, the court noted that several documents are yet to be filed by the Enforcement Directorate for the accused persons.
The bench ordered that if Singh files a petition for regular bail in the interregnum, then it should be considered independent of the observation made in the Delhi HC's judgement dated Oct 20.
“The entire nation knows about the link between Aam Admi Party president and Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal and K Kavitha and their involvement in the case,” he alleged.
The chief minister called a meeting of AAP MLAs Monday amid a furore over recent actions by central probe agencies against ministers and leaders of the party.
Addressing a press conference in Hyderabad, Thakur said that CM KCR has sent his daughter to Delhi as he was not satisfied with the loot in the State.
The struggle of all those who had fought against the opening of liquor vends and faced cases because of that was now bearing fruit which was why Kejriwal is afraid of an inquiry, they said.
Kejriwal was supposed to depose at the probe agency's Delhi office at 11 am on Thursday.
CBI is looking into a new discount swindle in liquor purchase by the Delhi govt. They are probing if part of this discount was routed to Punjab, and they received a part in cash in Delhi.
The CID officials submitted a memo in the ACB special court in connection with the case on Monday.
Kavitha wanted her summons deferred till the SC decides on ED’s power to summon a woman in a PLMA case under Section 160.
The ED is reportedly of the view that Srinivasulu’s statements will act as evidence against AAP leaders who benefitted from the scam.
According to an official source, Vats had revealed before the ED that Sangwan had introduced him to Khatri in December 2022.
He was arrested in November last year and released on bail. He turned approver in June this year.
Addressing the media at the BJP office in Nampally, Rajya Sabha MP Syed Zafar Islam said that Kavitha was “fully involved” in the liquor scam.
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.
ED earlier told the court that Vijay Nair, on behalf of leaders of the AAP, had allegedly received kickbacks to the tune of Rs 100 crore.
Interestingly, while Sanjay tweeted the list the “BRS government failures” using English alphabets, Vishweshwar Reddy put it in numbers.