After a three-day remand, the court again granted a 10-day remand on a 14-day remand application.
On the other hand, a woman arrested with them has been ordered to be kept in custody for 10 days.
Earlier, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) of India produced five persons, including PK Haldar, in the Bankshal CBI Special Court today (Tuesday). The Indian agency remanded them in custody for three days.
Six people, including PK Haldar, were arrested last Saturday.
They were then asked to be remanded. The court granted ED’s application and remanded five persons in custody for three days and sent one to jail.