New DelhiFormer Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia told a court in the national capital on Tuesday that he has cooperated with the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in their investigation into the alleged excise policy scam and that no incriminating documents against you during any search. Is.
Arguing about Sisodia’s request for bail, his lawyer said that custodial interrogation of the AAP leader is no longer necessary and there is no danger that he will flee abroad. His lawyer argued: “I am a public servant, but the other two public servants who have more serious charges against them have not been arrested.”
Sisodia’s lawyer said there was no documentary evidence of bribery against his client and that the change in excise policy was a normal process. He said the decision on the change in excise policy had been sent to the Delhi Lieutenant Governor and Finance Secretary and others.