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Bhola accomplice sent to six-day police remand

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  SAS Nagar, November 16, 2013
First Published: 20:55 IST(16/11/2013) | Last Updated: 20:56 IST(16/11/2013)

A local court on Saturday sent Paramjeet Singh Pamma, an accused in the drug racket unearthed recently by the Punjab Police involving Jagdish Singh Bhola, to six-day police custody.

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Following the preliminary investigation of Bhola, the alleged kingpin of the drug racket, and his aide Sarabjeet Singh Saba, the police had moved an application seeking the remand of Pamma, hailing from Amritsar district.

According to the police, Bhola has alleged that Pamma was supplying drugs to various parts of the country by using stolen vehicles.

The police had brought Pamma, lodged in the Kapurthala jail in connection with various cases of theft and under the NDPS Act, to SAS Nagar on production warrants and now the Banur police will interrogate him for the next six days.

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