New Delhi, Sep 9: Sacked Delhi Minister and AAP MLA Sandeep Kumar, captured on assault charges on the protestation of a lady, was today sent to 14-day legal care by a court here.
Extraordinary Judge Poonam Chaudhry remanded 36-year-old Kumar to legal care till September 23 after the Delhi Police submitted he was not required for custodial cross examination.
Police looked for legal care of the MLA, who was created under the watchful eye of the court on expiry of his one-day police remand, to direct reasonable examination and keep the blamed from messing with confirmation.
The police, which had yesterday got developed Kumar’s police care by a day to recuperate the first electronic gadget utilized for making the affirmed offensive video, said it couldn’t be recouped.
In the interim, advocate Pradeep Rana, showing up for Kumar, asserted there was a risk to the MLA’s life in prison and he ought to be given extraordinary outfitted gatekeepers and a different cell amid legal care.
To this, the court sent the application to the correctional facility administrator guiding him to consider it according to the jail manual.
Amid the listening to, the police reacted to another request moved by the protection counsel asserting that he was unlawfully captured and the test organization had not given any ground for doing as such.
The police said Kumar was captured on the premise of implicating proof gathered against him.
The arraignment had before contended that Kumar was not participating in the test.
Kumar was captured on September 3 after a lady had drawn nearer Sultanpuri police headquarters in North Delhi grumbling 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 shocking video with him.