Sanjay Singh Remand: on Thursday (5 October) Delhi While seeking Sanjay Singh’s remand from the court in the leaker policy caseEDIt was argued that transactions worth crores of rupees have taken place.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh was sent on ED remand by the Rouse Avenue Court on Thursday (October 5). The ED sought a ten-day remand during the hearing in the Delhi Liquor Policy case, but a five-day remand was granted. In such a situation, Singh will now remain in the custody of the central agency till October 10, during which he will be interrogated.
Sanjay Singh was arrested by the ED at his official residence on North Avenue on Wednesday (October 4) after several hours of raids and interrogation. The ED alleged that bribes were allegedly taken to benefit some dealers.
What arguments were given?
During the hearing in this case, AAP leader Sanjay Singh told the court that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is losing the election. Due to which these people are doing this work. Advocate Mohit Mathur, representing Singh, said that the basis on which the arrest was made should be stated. We should be given the remand paper. On the argument of Singh’s lawyer, the ED said that it will. A remand paper was issued to him soon after this.
What did ED say?
The ED’s counsel claimed in the court that there were two separate transactions. In which a total of Rs.2 crore has been transacted. According to Dinesh Arora’s statement, he has accepted the transaction over the phone. The remand papers of the Central Investigation Agency mention money transactions at Sanjay Singh’s house. It has been said that the transaction of Rs 1 crore in the first installment and Rs 1 crore in the second installment also took place at Sanjay Singh’s house.
What questions did the judge ask?
The judge asked, “You have already taken the phone and if you remove the CDR, we will confront it. On this, the ED lawyer said that a custodial inquiry is necessary regarding the number and data found from the phone of Sanjay Singh. While seeking remand, the ED had said that Sanjay Singh’s It is necessary to inquire about the evidence found in the house.
The court asked did you take possession of the phone? ED counsel replied in the affirmative. Then the court said that when you have a phone then what is the need to confront the accused face to face. You can delete data in any way.
What did Sanjay Singh say?
Sanjay Singh said on the ED’s allegations that they are lying. The court asked whether the statements of Singh’s employees had been recorded. When ED was aware of this deal for a long time, then why arrest now?