Moosewala murder case: Bishnoi to appear in court at midnight
The Punjab Police produced gangster Lawrence Bishnoi at around 10 pm in the Mansa district court amid tight security. The police argued in the court that many gangsters have to be interrogated by sitting in front of Lawrence.
Police remand of Moosewala murder case mastermind Lawrence Vishnoi has been extended by 5 days. Lawrence will now remain in police remand till June 27.He was produced in Mansa court late on Tuesday night. After getting the remand, the Punjab Police has brought him from Mansa to the Crime Investigation Agency staff’s office in Kharar at night itself. Earlier, Lawrence Vishnoi got medical treatment done at the Civil Hospital in Mansa.
In fact, the Punjab Police produced gangster Lawrence Bishnoi at around 10 pm in the Mansa district court amid tight security. The police argued in the court that many gangsters have to be interrogated by sitting in front of Lawrence. During the police remand, Lawrence Bishnoi was kept in the office of the CIA staff in Mohali and from there he was taken to Mansa under tight security.
It was told that due to security reasons, the production of Lawrence Bishnoi was done in the night itself in front of the Mansa court. Punjab Police had sought 10-day remand of Lawrence Bishnoi from Mansa court but Mansa court has given remand till June 27. Now on June 27, Lawrence Bishnoi will be produced once again in the Mansa district court.
Police has brought Lawrence from Tihar Jail in Delhi.Earlier Mansa court had sent him on 7 days remand.During the court appearance, the police presented a 35-page report.In which told about Lawrence’s role in the murder.Told the court about the revelations made in his interrogation.However, the police had sought 10-day remand in this case.But, got a remand of only 5 days from the court.
The gangster was brought in a bullet proof vehicle under heavy police protection for questioning at the Crime Investigation Agency’s office in Kharar near Chandigarh. After Bishnoi was brought from Delhi, he was produced in a Mansa court, which sent him to seven days’ police custody.