Delhi Police's Crime Branch brings Navneet Kalra for interrogation in connection with alleged black marketing of oxygen concentrators, at his Khan Chacha restaurant in New Delhi.(PTI)
Delhi Police's Crime Branch brings Navneet Kalra for interrogation in connection with alleged black marketing of oxygen concentrators, at his Khan Chacha restaurant in New Delhi.(PTI)

Delhi court grants bail to Navneet Kalra, bars him from contacting people he sold oxygen concentrators

  • Earlier, the court had dismissed the Delhi Police's plea seeking five-day police custody of Kalra in connection with a case relating to the alleged hoarding of oxygen concentrators in some restaurant in South Delhi.
By hindustantimes.com | Reported by Richa Banka | Written by Susmita Pakrasi, Hindustan Times, New Delhi
UPDATED ON MAY 29, 2021 04:51 PM IST

A Delhi court on Saturday granted bail to businessman Navneet Kalra in connection with a case relating to alleged hoarding of oxygen concentrators and barred him from contacting people to whom he sold concentrators.

Releasing him on a personal bond of 1 lakh, Judge Arun Kumar Garg said that Kalra would not contact anyone to whom he sold the concentrators.

The bail was granted to Kalra on conditions such as he will not tamper with evidence, he will not influence the witnesses and that he will join the investigations as and when required. The Delhi police had opposed the bail plea of Kalra in the court.

Earlier, the court had dismissed the Delhi Police's plea seeking five-day police custody of Kalra in connection with a case relating to the alleged hoarding of oxygen concentrators in some restaurant in South Delhi.

Kalra was arrested after the Delhi Police has registered a case under various offenses dealing with cheating, disobedience to order promulgated by a public servant, criminal conspiracy, and violating provisions of Essential Commodities Act, 1955 followed by seizing of oxygen concentrators from restaurants in South Delhi.

The Delhi police had busted an alleged oxygen concentrator black-marketing racket during a raid and recovered 105 concentrators from two upscale restaurants in South Delhi's Khan Market area.


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