Court extended Lawrence Bishnoi's remand for 3 days, administration said - not Delhi, send directly to Punjab jail - Newztezz Online

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Court extended Lawrence Bishnoi's remand for 3 days, administration said - not Delhi, send directly to Punjab jail

 


Lawrence Bishnoi News: Delhi's Saket Court has extended the police remand of gangster Lawrence Bishnoi for 3 days. The police had demanded a 4-day remand in the court, but the remand was extended only for 3 days. Bishnoi was presented before the court on Sunday (June 11) through video conferencing from the Saket court lockup. 

Both Lawrence Bishnoi and Sampat Nehra are in the custody of the Crime Branch. In the remand papers in the Crime Branch, it has been revealed that Lawrence Bishnoi and Sampat Nehra are running the crime syndicate while sitting in jail. While sitting in jail, both are inducting the youth into their gang and extorting money from them. 

Delhi Crime Branch had busted

Earlier on June 1, a Delhi court had given 10-day police custody of gangster Lawrence Bishnoi to the Crime Branch of Delhi Police in an extortion case. Last month on May 12, the Crime Branch of Delhi Police had busted three extortion modules of the Goldie Brar-Lawrence Bishnoi gang and arrested a total of 8 people. 

accused of using youth 

Police say that the Lawrence Bishnoi gang was using teenagers for extortion. According to news agency ANI, six weapons were also recovered. Special Commissioner of Police Ravindra Singh Yadav said that this international crime syndicate was active in Delhi-NCR, Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana and Rajasthan.

Demand to be sent to Punjab jail 

At the same time, the Delhi Jail Administration said that Lawrence Bishnoi should not be sent to Delhi's jail but to Punjab's jail. He said that keeping Lawrence in Delhi jail can worsen the law and order there. The court has accepted the demand of the jail authorities and has ordered the Delhi Police and the jail administration to hand over Bishnoi directly to Bathinda jail after completion of his custody and adequate security arrangements should be made. 

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