Navneet Kalra Arrested: Black marketing case of oxygen contractor
Delhi-based businessman Navneet Kalra was arrested from Gurugram in connection with the black marketing of oxygen contractors. Earlier, a Delhi court rejected Kalra’s anticipatory bail plea.
Delhi businessman Navneet Kalra was arrested from Gurugram on Sunday in a case related to the black marketing of Oxygen Controllers in the midst of the Corona crisis.
#COVID19India: Businessman Navneet Kalra arrested by Delhi Police for alleged black marketing, hoarding oxygen concentrators. pic.twitter.com/uZ4t961P0N
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Kalra is arrested from his brother-in-law’s farmhouse. He is accused of black marketing Oxigen contractors in Delhi in association with international SIM company Matrix Cellular Service. A few days ago, a Delhi court rejected the anticipatory bail plea filed by Kalka.
#NewsAlert | Delhi Police issues a lookout notice for Navneet Kalra in the case of alleged illegal oxygen concentrators recovered from the premises of the famous Khan Chacha food chain.
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What is the matter of Navneet Kalra?
The case relates to the black marketing of Oxygen Controllers in a restaurant in South Delhi. A large number of oxygen concentrators were recovered from Khan Chacha Restaurant at Khan Market.
The restaurant is owned by Navneet Kalra. The police officer said that most of the recovered contractors were bought in the range of Rs 14,000 to Rs 18,000. Receipts from the spot show that the contractors were sold for Rs 70,000 and above.
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Kalra had approached the court for anticipatory bail in the case but did not get relief. The Delhi Police is investigating this matter.
Businessman Navneet Kalra, accused in the black marketing of oxygen concentrators case arrested by the Delhi police.
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It was told that a lookout notice had already been issued against Kalra. In the initial investigation of the case, Delhi Police had found that between April 17 and May 3, Kalra and his associates of Matrix Cellular had acquired 7,500 concentrators worth Rs 13 crore.
The real people and reasons behind Navneet Kalra kind of BLACKMARKETING. pic.twitter.com/rasGpPYt5a
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