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Ex-MLA Shokeen sent to police custody till December 6

IANS  |  New Delhi 

A here on Thursday sent, to five days police custody, former legislator Rambeer Shokeen who was arrested under the stringent Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) for allegedly running an organised crime syndicate.

Additional Sessions Judge Rakesh Pandit allowed Police to quiz Shokeen till December 6.

Earlier, a magistrate's ha sent him to three days police custody in an Arms Act case, which expired on Thursday.

The magistrate on Thursday sent him to judicial custody in the case, and thereafter, he was presented before sessions court.

Shokeen, who was declared proclaimed offender, was arrested on Sunday evening from outer Delhi.

The other accused in the case are jailed gangster Neeraj Bawana, Pankaj Sehrawat, Sunil Rathi, Rahul Dabas, Naveen Dabas alias Bali, Naveen Hooda alias Bhanja, Amit Malik alias Bhura and Gurpreet Singh and Deepak Dabas alias Deepa - all chargesheeted under stringent charges of in October, 2015.A

Bawana was arrested on April 7 last year from west Delhi's Mundka area and is in judicial custody with eight other accused.

Police said in its chargesheet that all the accused were running an crime syndicate which has been committing extortion and murders apart from land grabbing and settling property disputes for pecuniary benefits.

Police has described Bawana as "a symbol of lawlessness" and "kingpin" of the racket while Shokeen as the "political face" of the syndicate.

Shokeen was found using the clout of these criminals to contest election to "further his political ambitions and gaining pecuniary benefits", police alleged.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Ex-MLA Shokeen sent to police custody till December 6

A court here on Thursday sent, to five days police custody, former Delhi legislator Rambeer Shokeen who was arrested under the stringent Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) for allegedly running an organised crime syndicate.

A here on Thursday sent, to five days police custody, former legislator Rambeer Shokeen who was arrested under the stringent Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) for allegedly running an organised crime syndicate.

Additional Sessions Judge Rakesh Pandit allowed Police to quiz Shokeen till December 6.

Earlier, a magistrate's ha sent him to three days police custody in an Arms Act case, which expired on Thursday.

The magistrate on Thursday sent him to judicial custody in the case, and thereafter, he was presented before sessions court.

Shokeen, who was declared proclaimed offender, was arrested on Sunday evening from outer Delhi.

The other accused in the case are jailed gangster Neeraj Bawana, Pankaj Sehrawat, Sunil Rathi, Rahul Dabas, Naveen Dabas alias Bali, Naveen Hooda alias Bhanja, Amit Malik alias Bhura and Gurpreet Singh and Deepak Dabas alias Deepa - all chargesheeted under stringent charges of in October, 2015.A

Bawana was arrested on April 7 last year from west Delhi's Mundka area and is in judicial custody with eight other accused.

Police said in its chargesheet that all the accused were running an crime syndicate which has been committing extortion and murders apart from land grabbing and settling property disputes for pecuniary benefits.

Police has described Bawana as "a symbol of lawlessness" and "kingpin" of the racket while Shokeen as the "political face" of the syndicate.

Shokeen was found using the clout of these criminals to contest election to "further his political ambitions and gaining pecuniary benefits", police alleged.

--IANS

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(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Ex-MLA Shokeen sent to police custody till December 6

A here on Thursday sent, to five days police custody, former legislator Rambeer Shokeen who was arrested under the stringent Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) for allegedly running an organised crime syndicate.

Additional Sessions Judge Rakesh Pandit allowed Police to quiz Shokeen till December 6.

Earlier, a magistrate's ha sent him to three days police custody in an Arms Act case, which expired on Thursday.

The magistrate on Thursday sent him to judicial custody in the case, and thereafter, he was presented before sessions court.

Shokeen, who was declared proclaimed offender, was arrested on Sunday evening from outer Delhi.

The other accused in the case are jailed gangster Neeraj Bawana, Pankaj Sehrawat, Sunil Rathi, Rahul Dabas, Naveen Dabas alias Bali, Naveen Hooda alias Bhanja, Amit Malik alias Bhura and Gurpreet Singh and Deepak Dabas alias Deepa - all chargesheeted under stringent charges of in October, 2015.A

Bawana was arrested on April 7 last year from west Delhi's Mundka area and is in judicial custody with eight other accused.

Police said in its chargesheet that all the accused were running an crime syndicate which has been committing extortion and murders apart from land grabbing and settling property disputes for pecuniary benefits.

Police has described Bawana as "a symbol of lawlessness" and "kingpin" of the racket while Shokeen as the "political face" of the syndicate.

Shokeen was found using the clout of these criminals to contest election to "further his political ambitions and gaining pecuniary benefits", police alleged.

--IANS

akk/vd

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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