O2 Concentrator Case: Navneet Kalra Sent to Judicial Custody 

A Delhi court on Thursday, 20 May, sent Navneet Kalra to judicial custody for 14 days in connection with the case of alleged hoarding and black-marketing of oxygen concentrators.

Rejecting the request of five-day police custody by the Delhi Police, Metropolitan Magistrate Akanksha Garg reportedly said, “Whatever substantial had to be achieved by the investigating agency through the Police Remand of the accused has already been achieved and no fruitful purpose would be served by extending the Police custody of the accused.”

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