Greater Noida police gets five-day remand custody of gangster Ravi Kana

The incarcerated criminal Ravi Kana was remanded to police custody by the district court in Greater Noida on Tuesday for a period of five days, according to top police officers. He will also be further questioned about the charges against him.

Alleged gangster and scrap dealer Ravi Kana in police custody.

After being deported from Bangkok, Thailand, criminal and scrap dealer Kana, also known as Ravi Nagar, also known as Ravindra Nagar, and his friend Kajal Jha, 30, were taken into custody last Friday at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport. A Greater Noida magistrate court on Saturday sentenced Kana and Jha to 14 days in judicial prison. Authorities say they are currently being housed in the Luksar District Jail.

Police had requested seven days of custody for Kana on Monday; however, the court decided on Tuesday to detain him in police custody for a period of five days.

Senior police officials stated that the police custody will start at noon on May 1 and terminate at noon on May 6 in accordance with the remand order.

Before submitting a charge sheet in the matter to the court, Kana will be questioned further about the allegations made against him. According to SM Khan, the deputy commissioner of police in Greater Noida, “he will be questioned to look into connections to his scrap dealing business and extortion allegations.”

Kana was taken into judicial custody on Saturday after being questioned for around four hours.
A senior officer, who wished to remain anonymous, claimed, “He was asked at least 50 questions related to people involved in his gang, their extortion deals, involvement of influential people and his bank and company details allegedly used for money laundering.”


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