Court docket permits CBI to acquire voice samples of suspects
Chandigarh, January 16
A CBI courtroom has allowed the company’s plea for taking voice samples of the accused arrested in an alleged nationwide Meals Company of India (FCI) rip-off.
The CBI within the software said that voice samples have been required to determine whether or not the accused individuals have been concerned within the audio recordings accessible with the prosecution.
In the meantime, the courtroom has additionally prolonged the police remand of three accused — Rajeev Kumar Mishra, Deputy Basic Supervisor Ravinder Singh and Satish Kumar Verma.
Whereas arguing on behalf of the CBI, Narender Singh, public prosecutor, had sought additional 9 days remand of the accused on the grounds that it was required for confronting them with different accused individuals and with digital information extracted from laptops and cellphones and to additional unearth the conspiracy and function of different unknown individuals.
He stated the accused had not totally cooperated and a few essential elements that got here up throughout the course of their remand couldn’t be accomplished.
Alternatively Siddharth Pandit, counsel of the accused, opposed the remand by stating that nothing extra was to be investigated from the accused.