Delhi: Delhi Police sources on Sunday informed that Businessman Navneet Kalra, an accused in black marketing of oxygen concentrators has been arrested.
Earlier this month, the Delhi police seized more than 500 concentrators from Khan Chacha restaurant in Khan Market in the national capital. Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) South Delhi Atul Bhatia said that during area patrolling, Nege Ju Restaurant and Bar located at central market Lodhi Colony was found open and some suspicious activity was going on. After verification, the owner of the restaurant and bar (Nege-Ju) was identified as one Navneet Kalra.
A case was registered under several sections of IPC, Essential Commodities Act, and Epidemic Diseases Act, and four accused persons — Gaurav, Satish Sethi, Vikrant, and Hitesh were taken into custody.
On May 10, the Delhi Police moving ahead in its probe into the recovery of over 500 oxygen concentrators from famous eateries in South Delhi, issued look out notice against the owner of Khan Chacha restaurant and businessman Navneet Kalra, who was absconding.
Later, Kalra had moved the Saket court seeking anticipatory bail in the matter. Special Judge, Saket Courts, Sumit Dass ordered that Kalra’s anticipatory bail application be listed before the District and Sessions Judge on Wednesday at 10 a.m.