New Delhi, Could 8: The probe of restoration of over 500 oxygen concentrators from well-known Delhi eating places has been handed over to the crime department.
This improvement comes a day after the Delhi Police arrested one other individual recognized as Gourav Khanna, CEO of Matrix Mobile Providers Ltd in reference to its probe into the seizure of over 500 oxygen concentrators within the final two days from well-liked eating places within the nationwide capital.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) South Delhi Atul Kumar Thakur mentioned that Khanna, a resident of Haryana’s Gurugram was arrested on Friday night time.
He mentioned that on Friday, police carried out searches at two well-liked eating places in South Delhi’s upscale Khan Market and recovered 105 concentrators, that are used for remedy of Covid sufferers.
“Throughout searches at Khan Chacha restraueant in Khan Market, 96 oxygen concentrators had been recovered, whereas 9 concentrators had been recovered from City Corridor restaurant,” Thakur mentioned.
Khan Chacha restaurant is understood for its melt-in-the mouth kebabs, whereas City Corridor restaurant specialises in pan Asian delicacies. The official mentioned that these concentrators had been being offered within the black market.
Each retailers are linked to Navneet Kalra, the alleged black marketer of oxygen concentrators in Delhi, the official mentioned.
On Thursday, the police recovered 19 oxygen concentrators after conducting a search at Nega Ju Restaurant and Bar in Central Market of Lodhi Colony. The police arrested 4 males together with the supervisor of the restaurant.
Thakur mentioned that Friday’s searches had been based mostly on the inputs shared by arrested accused Hitesh throughout questioning.
He mentioned that the efforts are on to arrest extra folks related to the racket.
Thakur additional added that the workers concerned in good work is being suitably rewarded.
The official mentioned that it has additionally recovered WhatsApp messages of the accused for promoting the oxygen concentrators at increased costs.
The police can be in contact with the customized division officers to trace the import of concentrators from China.
In line with police sources, the oxygen concentrators had been being imported for Rs 16,000 to Rs 20,000 and had been being offered for Rs 70,000.
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