‘Where is proof?’: SC asks in Manish Sisodia bail hearing

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed the bail plea of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in the Delhi liquor policy corruption case. During this, the court reprimanded the ED and asked him many questions. The Supreme Court asked the Enforcement Directorate (ED) a big question, if Manish Sisodia does not have a role in the money trail, then why is Sisodia among the accused in money laundering? The Supreme Court said that money laundering is a separate law.
       You have to prove that Sisodia was involved in the case property. The Supreme Court will now hear Sisodia’s bail plea on October 12.
Justice Sanjiv Khanna asked the investigating agency, “How will you trust the statement of a government witness?  Did the agency see a government witness discussing the bribery of Sisodia?  Will this statement be acceptable in law?  Isn’t this something heard?”

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