Nimbalkar Case: Patil's JC Extended Till July 17
A local court today extended the judicial custody (JC) of suspended NCP MP Padamsinh Patil till July 17 in connection with the murder of senior Congress leader Pawanraje Nimbalkar three years ago.
Patil, whose judicial custody ended today was produced before a court in Panvel in Raigad district by the CBI.
The court also granted permission to CBI to interrogate all the six accused, currently lodged at Taloja jail in Navi Mumbai, after the investigating agency filed an application before the court in this regard.
"We have to corroborate certain evidence that has been found after the arrest of Pintu Singh, one of the alleged shooters," a CBI official said.
Meanwhile, Patil's request for providing chocolates, alarm clock and a music player in the jail has been rejected by the court.
Another accused, Parasmal Jain, has also filed an application seeking to go to Rajasthan to perform the last rites of his wife.
The court is yet to pass an order on the application.
Patil and five others, Pintu Singh, Dinesh Tiwari, Mohan Shukla, Satish Mandade and Parasmal Jain, have been arrested for allegedly murdering Nimbalkar and his driver in Kalamboli at Navi Mumbai on June 3, 2006.
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