AAP MP Sanjay Singh Seeks Interim Bail for Parliament Session
AAP MP Sanjay Singh Seeks Interim Bail for Parliament Session

New Delhi:  AAP MP Sanjay Singh, accused in a money laundering case related to the Delhi excise policy, has moved a plea seeking interim bail to participate in the ongoing Parliament Session. The Rouse Avenue Court issued a notice to the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Thursday, listing the matter for February 3, 2024. Singh, who was recently elected to the Rajya Sabha, aims to take his oath during this parliamentary session.

Advocate Rajat Bhardwaj filed the interim bail application on behalf of Sanjay Singh, seeking relief for the period from February 4 to February 10. The ED opposes Singh's bail, alleging his involvement in establishing a special purpose vehicle to launder proceeds from the Delhi Liquor Scam. Singh, arrested on October 4, 2023, in connection with the Delhi Excise Policy case, awaits a decision on his regular bail application, which was dismissed by the High Court on December 22, 2023.

In its reply to the bail petition, the ED contends that Sanjay Singh played a role in creating a special purpose vehicle to launder the proceeds of crime linked to the changes in the Delhi Liquor Policy. The probe agency argues that Singh was engaged in acquiring, possessing, concealing, dissipating, and using the proceeds of crime generated from the Delhi Liquor Scam during the policy period of 2021-22.

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