Court allows Bajrangi`s plea to keep him in Tihar
Prem Prakash Singh, alias Bajrangi, is facing charges under the under MCOCA along with Uttar Pradesh`s Independent MLA Mukhtar Ansari and others.
New Delhi: A Delhi court on Tuesday allowed the
plea of alleged gangster Munna Bajrangi to keep him at the
Tihar Jail as he was required to be produced here on March 10
and 14 respectively.
Bajrangi, who is now lodged at Aligarh Jail, has moved
the application before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Vinod
Yadav, saying he should be kept at the high-security jail as
he is to be produced in Delhi courts.
"Bajrangi should be detained by the superintendent
concerned, Tihar jail, and to be produced on the next date of
hearing before this court," CMM Yadav said.
Bajrangi also moved an application before the court
saying he might be killed or encountered during transfer or
travelling from Aligarh jail at Uttar Pradesh to Delhi.
"He (Bajrangi) is having enmity with inmates and threats
to kill him has also been extended by the inmates and
outsiders to kill him in UP jails," Bajrangi said in his
application filed through his counsel.
Prem Prakash Singh, alias Bajrangi, is facing charges
under the under MCOCA along with Uttar Pradesh`s Independent
MLA Mukhtar Ansari and others.
Bajrangi, also accused of murdering UP BJP MLA
Krishnanand Rai in 2005, was arrested by a joint team of Delhi
Police and Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force on October 29 from