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Phone tapping case: Two more arrested

Their names had figured during initial interrogation,but the police were waiting for definite clues about their involvement.

india Updated: Apr 07, 2006 22:53 IST
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Two more persons have been arrested by the Delhi Police in connection with the Amar Singh phone tapping case, taking the total number of arrests to six.

Navneet and Nitin, who were arrested by the Delhi Police Special Cell, used to help the main conspirators to tap Amar Singh's phone, police sources said.

Their names had figured during interrogation of the main accused, but they were arrested only after definite clues about their involvement were found, they added.

Private detectives Vijay Dhawan, Bhupendra Kumar, Anurag Singh and Reliance Infocomm despatch courier Kuldeep Singh were arrested earlier.

The case was handed over to the Special Cell in December after Amar Singh had accused Joint Commissioner of Police (crime branch) Ranjit Narayan of ordering tapping of his phones.

The two were produced before Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Kanwaljeet Arora, who sent them to police custody till April 10.