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Mahant Narendra Giri Case: In the case of death of Mahant Narendra Giri, all the three accused were sent on seven-day CBI remand

The side of the three accused was heard through video conference on Monday, who did not raise any objection to the CBI remand.

Mahant Narendra Giri Case: In the case of alleged suicide of Mahant Narendra Giri, president of Akhara Parishad, a court here on Monday ordered to send the three accused on CBI remand for seven days. District government advocate (criminal) Gulab Chandra Agrahari said that the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) had presented an application to the remand magistrate on Sunday to take Anand Giri, Adya Prasad Tiwari and Sandeep Tiwari, who were lodged in Naini jail, on remand.Also Read – CBI will now investigate the case of death of Mahant Narendra Giri, the Central Government has approved

Agrahari said that on Monday, through video conference, the side of the three accused was heard, who did not raise any objection to the CBI remand. He said that after hearing both the sides, Chief Judicial Magistrate Harendra Nath ordered to send the three accused on CBI remand for seven days from 9 am on September 28 to 5 pm on October 4. Also Read – Narendra Giri Suicide: The investigation will reach Haridwar, many saints and property dealers on the radar of SIT

It is noteworthy that on September 20, 2021, Mahant Narendra Giri was found dead in his Math Baghmbri Gaddi. According to the police, Giri had allegedly committed suicide by hanging, whose purported suicide note held the three accused responsible. Also Read – Narendra Giri Death Case: There will be a CBI inquiry into the death of Mahant Narendra Giri, Yogi government recommended

On September 21, the very next day of the incident, two accused – Anand Giri and Adya Prasad Tiwari – were arrested and produced before the court on September 22. At the same time, the third accused Sandeep Tiwari was arrested on 22 September and was produced in the court on 23 September. These three accused were sent to judicial custody for 14 days.

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