The Delhi high court is likely to pronounce its verdict tomorrow on Congress MP and sacked CWG Organising Committee chief Suresh Kalmadi's plea seeking permission to attend the ongoing monsoon session of Parliament.
CBI had vehemently opposed Kalmadi's plea before Justice Rajiv Sahai Endlaw who had reserved the order on August 1. The agency had contended the jailed MP was making all attempts to get bail indirectly as the trial court has rejected his plea.
"As per the medical report of Kalmadi, he is suffering from various ailments, including loss of memory and neurological infractions. If this is the condition of an MP, what will he remember from his constituency and present before Parliament"? Additional Solicitor General A S Chandihoke, appearing for Centre, had submitted referring to the affidavit of Kalmadi.