Sidhu Moosewala homicide case: Delhi Courtroom extends police remand of gangster Deepak Tinu by 3 days
New Delhi, October 28
The Patiala Home Courtroom of Delhi on Friday prolonged the police remand of gangster Deepak Tinu by three days. The Delhi Police Particular Cell arrested Tinu final week, who had escaped from Punjab police custody on October 1, from Rajasthan.
Tinu was produced by way of video conferencing right this moment earlier than the Chief Metropolitan Justice of the Peace of Patiala Home Courtroom after the tip of his seven-day remand granted final week.
The courtroom in the meantime additionally refused to ship Deepak Tinu to transit remand to Punjab at this stage. The transit remand was moved by the Punjab Police.
Gangster Deepak Tinu, a member of Lawrence Bishnoi gang, had lately escaped from the custody of Punjab’s Mansa Police and was later arrested by the Particular Cell’s Intelligence unit from a village in Ajmer, Rajasthan.
Based on the particular cell, Deepak Tinu was arrested close to the India-Pakistan border of Rajasthan, straight after absconding from Mansa.
Based on the Particular cell, a consignment of hand grenades and weapons from Pakistan had reached the Lawrence gang by way of drones, which was for use to hold out an enormous high-profile bloodbath. Particular Cell is looking for out how the hand grenades reached Deepak and thru which routes.
Deepak Tinu is an aide of jailed gangster Lawrence Bishnoi and is among the primary accused within the killing of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala.