Judicial custody of Telgi, Sharma extended
A special court on Saturday extended till September 15 the judicial custody of 64 accused, including Abdul Karim Telgi and former Mumbai Police Commissioner RS Sharma for their alleged involvement in the multi-crore fake stamp paper case.
Telgi, Sharma, former Assistant Commissioner of Police MC Mulani, Samajwadi Janata Party MLA Anil Gote and other fake stamp paper case accused were produced before special judge of Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) court SM Shembole, in Pune.
Meanwhile, Abdul Rehman from Bangalore filed his Vakalatnama in the court as Telgi's advocate Abdul Rehman and Harsha Nimbalkar, another counsel of the prime accused in the fake stamp paper case, moved an application seeking certified copies of medical tests conducted on the scamster, including the ones at the National Aids Research Institute.
MC Mulani also moved an application seeking production of the visitor register maintained at the SIT office in Mumbai and Pune.
Former Inspector General of Police Sridhar Vagal could not be produced before the court as he undergoing treatment at a Mumbai hospital.
Mulani's advocate Inderjeet Singh Gill made a plea before the court to keep pending the former's application for discharge from the stringent provisions of MCOCA till the register is produced.
The matter would now come up for hearing on September 4 along with Gote's application seeking copies of the report on Telgi's laptop and latter's Narcotics Analysis Test.