The crime department of the Delhi Police stored on handing the worldwide bookie Sanjeev Chawla to jail and couldn’t interrogate him. However, she is going to strive once more to take him on remand. The High Court on this difficulty on 19 February the Central Government and Delhi Police
Have requested for the reply. The crime department's DCP physician Ram Gopal Naik has stated that he had spoken in a British courtroom that Chawla could possibly be taken to India and brought on remand for questioning. Therefore, to take him again on remand, he’ll put his facet firmly earlier than the courtroom.
He says that in 2000, as quickly because the case was registered, Chawla left Delhi and fled to Britain. <! –
Therefore, he may by no means be questioned. In reality, after bringing Chawla to extradition from London to Delhi, the Crime Branch took a 12-day remand for questioning by presenting him in Patiala House Court on Thursday night. Stunned, his brother went to the High Court and he received reduction.
Chawla's brother dwelling in New Friends Colony, Delhi has actual property work. He advised the High Court that the Government of India has assured the British Court that Chawla can be stored in Tihar Jail. He has been referred to as to face trial and to not be part of the investigation. At the identical time, a police officer has to say that interrogation of Sanjeev Chawla is essential. He got here into the business of match fixing on the behest of a bookie.
Six individuals have been made accused
In the match-fixing difficulty, the crime department had arrested solely six individuals within the case on the premise of preliminary investigation. It contains the then South African Captain Hansi Cronje, T sequence proprietor Gulshan Kumar's brother Kishan Kumar, Rajesh Kalra, Bittu, Manohar Khattar and Sanjeev Chawla. Hansi Cronje died in a aircraft crash in 2002. Kishan Kumar, Rajesh Kalra and Bittu have been arrested by the crime department. All three are on bail. It is being advised that Manohar Khattar has died, however there isn’t a proof of this.