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O2 concentrator case: Navneet Kalra sent to 3 days police custody
O2 concentrator case: Navneet Kalra sent to 3 days police custody

New Delhi, May 17 (TIWN) A Delhi court on Monday sent businessman Navneet Kalra, who was arrested late on Sunday night, to three days' police custody in connection with oxygen concentrator hoarding case.

The Delhi Police arrested Mr Kalra on Sunday night. He was on the run for over a week since the seizure of more than 500 oxygen concentrators from Khan Chacha, Town Hall, and Nege & Ju restaurants owned by him.  Metropolitan Magistrate Archana Beniwal allowed custodial interrogation of Mr Kalra by Delhi Police which had sought five days of police custody to quiz him.  Mr Kalra will now be produced before the court on May 20.  Investigating Officer (IO) Kamal Kumar asserted that his custodial interrogation is required to unearth the whole nexus and conspiracy behind the black marketing and know the trail of money transaction.  During the proceedings, Additional Public Prosecutor Atul Shrivastava told the court that Mr Kalra has to be confronted with the co-accused in the case and that documents are voluminous for which his custody is required.

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