The defence counsel said the prosecution case is a "zero merit case" and there is high probability that the accused would not only be acquitted but may even be discharged at the stage of framing of charges.
Pressing for interim bail, the defence counsel also said even the Parliamentary Inquiry Committee, which examined the alleged scam, had concluded that no offence was made out against Amar Singh.
He said seriousness of his client's health condition too cannot be denied. He submitted that the Delhi Police did not think it fit to arrest Amar Singh during the investigation.
The counsel said that their is no apprehension that Amar Singh would tamper with the evidence or abscond to avoid prosecution in the case.
Image: Rajya Sabha MP Amar Singh arrives to appear in Tis Hazari court in New Delhi on Tuesday in connection with cash-for-vote-scam.