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Police raid MDLR office in Gurgaon

india Updated: Aug 13, 2012 00:44 IST
HT Correspondent

A Delhi police team on Sunday searched the Civil Lines-based office of the defunct MDLR Airlines, owned by former Haryana minister Gopal Goyal Kanda, and seized documents, floppy disks and CDs in connection with the ex-airhostess Geetika Sharma suicide case.

Aruna Chaddha, who is a co-accused, was with the police team during the searches, said a police official. The team, which also comprised some women police officers, remained at the four-storey office building for around three hours. The investigation was led by the Bharat Nagar police station inspector, RP Yadav. The police official who was leading the team refused to comment on the matter.

Earlier on Saturday, a Delhi police team raided the former minister's residence in Gurgaon and reportedly detained one person. Also, a three-member team of the National Commission of Woman (NCW), headed by Samina Safeeq, visited the MDLR office. The team questioned Kanda's legal advisor Ankit Ahluwalia and another unknown person, occasionally called as Parashar.