In a significant development in the ongoing Delhi liquor policy case, a Delhi Court has extended the custody of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Member of Parliament, Sanjay Singh, to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) until October 13.
Special Judge M K Nagpal issued this order on Tuesday in response to a request made by the central investigative agency. The Enforcement Directorate sought a five-day extension for the custodial questioning of Sanjay Singh, citing his alleged lack of cooperation in the ongoing investigation.
The case revolves around the Delhi liquor policy and its various aspects, and Sanjay Singh’s involvement in the matter has come under scrutiny. The ED has been actively investigating the case, and this extension allows them more time to conduct further inquiries and gather necessary evidence.
Sanjay Singh, a prominent AAP member and Member of Parliament, has been in custody for questioning related to his alleged involvement in the Delhi liquor policy case. The decision to extend his custody is seen as a significant development in the ongoing investigation, and it highlights the continued efforts to unravel the complexities surrounding the case.
The case has garnered significant attention in the capital and has raised questions about the implementation and execution of liquor policies in Delhi. With the extension of Sanjay Singh’s custody, the Enforcement Directorate will continue its probe into the matter, aiming to shed light on the various facets of the case and bring any wrongdoers to justice.
As the investigation unfolds, many are closely watching the developments in this high-profile case, eager to see how it will impact the political landscape in Delhi and the broader discussion surrounding liquor policies in the city.