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Court extends judicial custody of 9 police officers accused in custodial death case till May 24

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Shimla | Thursday, May 17 2018 IST
A local court today extended the judicial custody of nine police men, who were arrested on charge of custodial death of Suraj, a suspect of Gudiya case, in the police lock up at Kotkhai police station last year.

In the court of Chief Judicial Magistrate Ranjeet Singh, the court extended the judicial custody of nine police accused, including former IG of Himahcal Pradesh Police Z H Zaidi and Former Shimla SP D W Negi, till May 24.

Seeking extension of judicial custody, CBI urged in court today that it would get the voice sample report from FSL soon which is likely to match with the voices recordings recovered by the agency during the investigation .

The CBI produced all the accused in the court today and demanded the judical ramand of accused for further hearing. The agency has filed charge sheet against them booking under various section of IPC for covering up the lock up torture and custodial death after lodging forged FIR against co accused of deceased.

Mr Zaidi and seven other police officials were arrested by the CBI on August 28 last year and Mr D W Negi on November 16.

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