Delhi Liquor Case: Charge sheet filed by CBI in Delhi Excise policy case, Manish Sisodia is not named

Delhi Excise Policy Scam: CBI has filed a charge sheet on Friday, November 25, 2022 in the case of Delhi liquor scam. This charge sheet has been filed against a total of 7 people. The CBI has filed this charge sheet in Delhi’s Rouse Avenue court. Excise policy scam is being heard in this court.

CBI has told the court that out of the 7 people against whom the charge sheet has been filed, 3 are public servants. Along with this, the CBI has also told the court that the investigation is still going on against Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in this case. The names of the 7 people against whom the complaint has been lodged are Vijay Nair, Abhishek Boinpalli, Sameer Mahindru, Mutatha Gautam, Arun R Pillai. Apart from this, the CBI has filed a charge sheet against two former Excise officials.

CBI files first charge sheet against seven accused in Delhi Excise scam case, say officials

— Press Trust of India (@PTI_News) November 25, 2022

 

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia is not named

The special thing about this charge sheet is that it contains Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia. no name Now there will be a hearing in the court on this charge sheet. The CBI said the charge sheet includes two arrested businessmen, a news channel chief, a liquor baron from Hyderabad, a liquor distributor resident of Delhi and two excise department officials. Officials said that the agency’s investigation is still ongoing. The CBI has filed a 10,000-page charge sheet and now the next hearing of the Rouse Avenue Court case will be held on November 30 and the CBI’s charge sheet will be argued in the court.

On this matter.

Nothing was found against Manish Sisodia, who was made accused number 1. Even after so many days of hard work, if the CBI has not found anything and Manish Sisodia’s name is not even in the charge sheet, after that BJP spokespersons and leaders should apologize to the people of the country. This is happening for the first time in history that in any case the accused could not frame the charges against No. 1.

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