Allowing Sharma's plea to attend his younger brother's marriage, Justice V K Shali granted the temporary relief to him from November 21 to November 25.
"The petitioner (Sharma) is allowed to be released on parole for five days but he shall not visit any night club or discotheque," Justice Shali said, directing Sharma to surrender before the Tihar Jail superintendent soon after his parole period expires.
The court confined the parole to Chandigarh, Karnal and Ambala and asked Sharma to furnish the residential addresses of these three places to the jail superintendent.
The court further asked him to furnish a personal bond of Rs 50,000 and a surety of like amount before the jail superintendent.
Manu Sharma, the son of an influential Congress leader Venod Sharma, sought parole to attend his brother's marriage and related functions.
Senior counsel Ram Jethmalani, appearing for Sharma, had earlier submitted before the court the schedule for marriage ceremonies which include pre-marriage function of 'ladies sangeet' on November 21 at Chandigarh, marriage at Karnal on November 22 and reception in Ambala on November 24.
It later gave a nod for his parole release, saying he should give an undertaking that he would not leave Karnal, Ambala and Chandigarh, where key marriage ceremonies are slated.