Delhi’s Patiala House Court on Saturday extended the police custody of Deepak Pahal, alias Boxer, by eight days in a Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime (MCOCA) case.
Boxer was produced before the court through video conferencing after 14 days of police remand by the Special Cell of Delhi Police in a case registered under MCOCA. Special judge Shailendra Malik extended the police custody of Deepak Pahal, alias Boxer, by a further eight days. The court also directed the police to ensure his safety and security while taking him to the hospital for a medical examination.
The court also allowed the council to meet the accused during police custody on alternate days. He is to be produced before the court on May 6. ACP Lalit Mohan Negi (the investigation officer) sought a further extension of custody by 10 days. He submitted that during interrogation, some important and vital incriminating evidence was revealed.
Delhi police also said that the accused was evading the judicial process. He was involved in various heinous crimes during this period. The court also noted the submission that he also revealed the hideout of his associates.