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Ex-MLA Rambeer Shokeen sent to 5 days police custody

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A today sent former Rambeer Shokeen, who has been chargesheeted along with alleged gangster Neeraj Bawana and others in a case under MCOCA, to five days police custody.

Additional Sessions Judge Rakesh Pandit sent Shokeen to custody of Police after he was produced before the court, saying that his custodial interrogation is required to unearth the larger conspiracy.



Shokeen, who was declared a proclaimed offender by the on August 26 last year, was apprehanded on November 27 by the police.

In February this year, a had denied anticipatory bail to the accused, saying there was incriminating evidence showing he had played an active role in a crime syndicate.

The Special Cell of Police had chargesheeted 10 persons, including Neeraj and Shokeen, for alleged offences punishable under the Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) provisions.

Besides Neeraj and Shokeen, the police has chargesheeted Neeraj's elder brother Pankaj Sehrawat and other arrested members of the syndicate -- Sunil Rathi, Amit Malik alias Bhura, Naveen Dabas, Rahul Dabas, Naveen Hooda, Deepak Dabas and Gurpreet Singh in the case.

The police, which had named 163 persons as prosecution witnesses in the case, claimed that these accused were involved in several criminal cases.

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

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Ex-MLA Rambeer Shokeen sent to 5 days police custody

A Delhi court today sent former MLA Rambeer Shokeen, who has been chargesheeted along with alleged gangster Neeraj Bawana and others in a case under MCOCA, to five days police custody. Additional Sessions Judge Rakesh Pandit sent Shokeen to custody of Delhi Police after he was produced before the court, saying that his custodial interrogation is required to unearth the larger conspiracy. Shokeen, who was declared a proclaimed offender by the court on August 26 last year, was apprehanded on November 27 by the police. In February this year, a court had denied anticipatory bail to the accused, saying there was incriminating evidence showing he had played an active role in a crime syndicate. The Special Cell of Delhi Police had chargesheeted 10 persons, including Neeraj and Shokeen, for alleged offences punishable under the Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) provisions. Besides Neeraj and Shokeen, the police has chargesheeted Neeraj's elder brother Pankaj Sehrawat and ... A today sent former Rambeer Shokeen, who has been chargesheeted along with alleged gangster Neeraj Bawana and others in a case under MCOCA, to five days police custody.

Additional Sessions Judge Rakesh Pandit sent Shokeen to custody of Police after he was produced before the court, saying that his custodial interrogation is required to unearth the larger conspiracy.

Shokeen, who was declared a proclaimed offender by the on August 26 last year, was apprehanded on November 27 by the police.

In February this year, a had denied anticipatory bail to the accused, saying there was incriminating evidence showing he had played an active role in a crime syndicate.

The Special Cell of Police had chargesheeted 10 persons, including Neeraj and Shokeen, for alleged offences punishable under the Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) provisions.

Besides Neeraj and Shokeen, the police has chargesheeted Neeraj's elder brother Pankaj Sehrawat and other arrested members of the syndicate -- Sunil Rathi, Amit Malik alias Bhura, Naveen Dabas, Rahul Dabas, Naveen Hooda, Deepak Dabas and Gurpreet Singh in the case.

The police, which had named 163 persons as prosecution witnesses in the case, claimed that these accused were involved in several criminal cases.

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

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Ex-MLA Rambeer Shokeen sent to 5 days police custody

A today sent former Rambeer Shokeen, who has been chargesheeted along with alleged gangster Neeraj Bawana and others in a case under MCOCA, to five days police custody.

Additional Sessions Judge Rakesh Pandit sent Shokeen to custody of Police after he was produced before the court, saying that his custodial interrogation is required to unearth the larger conspiracy.

Shokeen, who was declared a proclaimed offender by the on August 26 last year, was apprehanded on November 27 by the police.

In February this year, a had denied anticipatory bail to the accused, saying there was incriminating evidence showing he had played an active role in a crime syndicate.

The Special Cell of Police had chargesheeted 10 persons, including Neeraj and Shokeen, for alleged offences punishable under the Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) provisions.

Besides Neeraj and Shokeen, the police has chargesheeted Neeraj's elder brother Pankaj Sehrawat and other arrested members of the syndicate -- Sunil Rathi, Amit Malik alias Bhura, Naveen Dabas, Rahul Dabas, Naveen Hooda, Deepak Dabas and Gurpreet Singh in the case.

The police, which had named 163 persons as prosecution witnesses in the case, claimed that these accused were involved in several criminal cases.

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

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