Kejriwal's ex-principal secretary Rajendra Kumar, 6 others sent to judicial custody till July 27
Delhi CM's former Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar and six others, arrested in an alleged corruption case, were today sent to judicial custody till July 27.
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister's former Principal Secretary Rajendra Kumar and six others, arrested in an alleged corruption case, were today sent to judicial custody till July 27 by a special court after CBI submitted that they were not required for further investigation.
Kumar also moved a bail application before court, saying he is no more required for the investigation.
The court sought reply from probe agency on his plea and fixed it for hearing on July 21.
Special CBI Judge Arvind Kumar sent Kumar, a 1989 batch IAS officer of UT cadre, former Deputy Secretary in Kejriwal's office Tarun Sharma, Kumar's close aide Ashok Kumar and owners of a private firm, Sandeep Kumar and Dinesh Kumar Gupta, to the jail after they were produced from CBI custody.
The court also sent R S Kaushik and his predecessor G K Nanda, present and the former Managing Directors of a PSU respectively, to judicial custody till July 27.
While producing them, the CBI told the court that their custodial interrogation was over and they be sent to the judicial custody.