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Police said that Rubal is ready to become a witness to bring out all the truth related to the case. There is no need to keep him in custody.
The district court has granted anticipatory bail to the accused Daljit Singh alias Rubal in the case related to the occupation of Kothi number-340 of Sector-37. He has agreed to become a police witness and on this condition the police did not oppose his bail application in the court.
Police said that Rubal is ready to become a witness to bring out all the truth related to the case. Therefore his custody is not required. At the same time, Rubal’s lawyer Ajay Sepahiya said that Rubal is cooperating in the police investigation and his statement of CrPC-164 has also been done. So there is no need to keep him in custody.
In this case, Daljit was also made an accused by the police, but the police did not arrest him. Last month, he had filed an anticipatory bail application in the court and even at that time the police did not make any objection and the court granted him interim bail for 10 days.
this is the case
On March 2, 2021, the police had registered an FIR for killing, hostage, kidnapping and robbing the property of Rahul Mehta, owner of Sector-37 Kothi. In that case, the police arrested Sanjeev Mahajan, Satpal Dagar, Manish Gupta and former Inspector Rajdeep Singh.
Liquor businessman Arvind Singla, tennis academy owner Khalinder Singh Kadian and bouncer Surjeet were also named in this case. Surjit Singh was murdered in 2020. Both Singla and Kadian surrendered in the court last month.
According to the allegation, all of them together occupied property worth crores of Rahul Mehta. Surjeet Bouncer along with his associates took Rahul Mehta hostage and then dropped him in an ashram in Gujarat.