Earlier, the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had endorsed Indrani's application to turn approver and submitted to the court that she is privy to evidence, in the form of conversations, that could help consolidate the case.
Dharampuria was arrested in connection to the case related to receiving of terror funds being sent by FIF operators to their associates through hawala operators to further nefarious activities to create unrest in India.
The court noted that in a statement given before a magistrate a day after the incident, the father of the deceased had stated that the victim was staying happily with the applicant and had never complained against her in-laws.
The bottles had labels "for sale in Haryana" and the police had initially registered a case against unidentified people and started a probe, it said. The prosecution said that the liquor was brought to Delhi from Haryana's Bahadurgarh.
The police had said that the investigation was incomplete and the mobile phone from which videos of the victim were shot, along with photographs, was required to be recovered from the accused, and for this, his custodial interrogation was required.
The complaint was filed by NGO Nyayabhoomi through its secretary Rakesh Agarwal. The court said the clauses of the City Taxi Scheme (CTS), 2015 mandate that only fares “prescribed” by the transport department can be charged. To know more about the story watch out the video
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