Delhi Court sends 'Kumkum' actor Anuj Saxena to three-day police custody

New Delhi: Popular Television performing artist Anuj Saxena who was found in hit serials like Kkusum, Kumkum and Dekh Bhai Dekh, has been sent to three-day police care by the Delhi Court.

On Thursday, the on-screen character surrendered under the watchful eye of the court regarding a join case in which co-denounced and senior administrator B K Bansal, his better half and youngsters submitted suicide a year ago.

Saxena, who was requested that by the court surrender by February 17, made himself accessible under the steady gaze of Special Judge Gurdeep Singh.

The high court had on February 13 issued the course after Saxena’s legal advisor chose to pull back the expectant safeguard supplication moved by him, when the court said it was “not slanted to give the help” as the denounced had all the earmarks of being ‘a definitive recipient’.

CBI has affirmed that Saxena had assumed an immediate part in paying off Bansal to guarantee that he doesn’t arrange a SFIO review against his organization on charges of unlawful gathering of Rs 175 crore from 24,000 financial specialists, redirection of assets to organizations abroad and not documenting returns on time.

Bansal, who was out on safeguard, supposedly hung himself alongside his child at their habitation on the interceding night of September 26-27, 2016, with an indicated suicide note guaranteeing “provocation” by CBI.

Bansal was captured by CBI on July 16, 2016, for professedly tolerating pay off from the pharmaceutical organization. After three days, his significant other Satyabala (58) and little girl Neha (28) purportedly hung themselves from roof fans at their living arrangement in Nilkanth Apartments in East Delhi’s Madhu Vihar.

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