Sacked AAP Minister’s police remand reached out by a day

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New Delhi, Sep 8: Sacked Delhi Minister and AAP MLA Sandeep Kumar, captured on assault charges on the protestation of a lady, was today remanded to one-day police authority by a court here after police said he was not coordinating in the test.

Kumar, 36, was delivered under the steady gaze of Special Judge Poonam Chaudhry on expiry of three-day police authority and the court further amplified the remand till tomorrow.

Amid the hearing, Public Prosecutor Balbir Singh looked for Kumar’s two-day police care saying he was not coordinating in the test and the test office needs to recuperate unique electronic gadget utilized for making the shocking video.

The arraignment likewise said according to their examination, the recording seemed, by all accounts, to be 11-12 months old.

Advocate Pradeep Rana, showing up for Kumar, restricted the police request for guardianship saying the police had not done any considerable examination in the previous four days and has not possessed the capacity to discover the wellspring of claimed video yet.

He said there was nothing in Kumar’s announcement to demonstrate that he can get the asserted gadget recouped.

Mediapersons were not permitted inside the court amid the hearing.

Kumar was captured on September 3 after a lady had drawn closer Sultanpuri police headquarters in north Delhi whining of lewd behavior against the previous Social Welfare and Women and Child Development clergyman taking after which a case was recorded. The lady had figured in a frightful video with him.

He has been reserved under area 376 (assault), 328 (bringing on hurt by method for toxin with expectation to submit an offense) of IPC, under segment 67A of IT Act (discipline for distributed or transmitting of material containing sexually unequivocal act) and Section 7 of the Prevention of Corruption Act (open hireling taking satisfaction for an official demonstration).

In her grumbling, the lady claimed that around 11 months back she was assaulted by Kumar when she had gone to his office in Outer Delhi’s Sultanpuri looking to get an apportion card.

Kumar was expelled from AAP government on August 31 by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal after the CD surfaced.

The MLA from Sultanpur Majra had surrendered before the agents at the workplace of DCP (Outer) in Pitampura where his announcement was recorded, police authorities had said.

Not long after the discussion, the MLA had guarded himself, saying he has been focused on. Kumar’s significant other has additionally turned out in backing of her better half, asserting that he was “dishonestly involved” in the outrage.