AAP leader Sisodia's custody extended, bail hearing scheduled
Mr. Sisodia was sent to CBI custody for five days following his arrest.
The special judge MK Nagpal granted the CBI two more days of custody on Saturday.
The AAP No. 2 has applied for bail, which will be considered on Friday.
The CBI may recommend a 14-day judicial custody for Mr. Sisodia instead of seeking further custody.
Mr. Sisodia alleged mental harassment in his bail petition due to being asked the same questions repeatedly.
Mr. Sisodia's lawyer argued that keeping him in custody would serve no fruitful purpose as all recoveries had been made.
The CBI accused Mr. Sisodia of being uncooperative and evasive during questioning.
The court directed the CBI not to repeat the same questions during questioning.
Mr. Sisodia approached the Supreme Court for relief, but was asked to approach the High Court instead.