Manish Sisodia's CBI Custody Ends, To Be Produced in Court Today

 Manish Sisodia was in the custody of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) for two days.

He was taken into custody on charges related to a case of alleged bribery in 2018.

The case involves a company named "Sandeep Kumar" and the alleged acceptance of bribes to provide government contracts.

 The CBI had sought a five-day custody of Sisodia, but the court granted only two days.

 Sisodia was produced in court on the third day after his arrest.

His legal team argued for his release on bail, citing that the CBI had already questioned him extensively.

 The court rejected Sisodia's bail plea and sent him to judicial custody for 14 days.

Sisodia is a senior leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and serves as the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi.