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Allegations of 'misbehaviour' with Manish Sisodia, Delhi Court orders CCTV footage to be preserved

On Thursday, Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court issued an order to preserve the CCTV footage of May 23 within the court complex. This decision came after an application was filed by Manish Sisodia’s legal team, alleging that he had been mistreated by security personnel inside the court premises. Furthermore, the Delhi Police also submitted an application […]

On Thursday, Delhi’s Rouse Avenue Court issued an order to preserve the CCTV footage of May 23 within the court complex. This decision came after an application was filed by Manish Sisodia’s legal team, alleging that he had been mistreated by security personnel inside the court premises.

Furthermore, the Delhi Police also submitted an application to the court, seeking permission to produce Sisodia solely through video-conferencing. The request was made due to concerns that physical production of Sisodia in court leads to chaos, with the presence of AAP supporters and journalists in the court corridors. Special Judge MK Nagpal took note of this situation and clarified that until a decision is made regarding the application, Sisodia will only be presented in court through video conferencing, and there will be no physical appearance in court.

Sisodia was also produced in court today through video conference from the court’s lockup.
Earlier, the Court took cognisance of the supplementary charge sheet filed against former Delhi Deputy CM Sisodia in the Money Laundering case related to the Delhi Excise policy case.The supplementary charge sheet filed by ED alleged that a proceed of the crime of around Rs. 622 crore has been generated due to activities of the present accused Manish Sisodia. The supplementary charge sheet was filed by special public prosecutor Naveen Kumar Matta.The supplementary charge has more than 2100 pages. The operating part has 271 pages. The charge has been filed within the stipulated period of 60 days.

 

 

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