Punjab police questions AAP MLA Naresh Yadav in Quran desecration case

By July 5, 2016 0 Comments


Punjab Police on Tuesday questioned AAP MLA Naresh Yadav for over five hours in connection with a case of alleged desecration of a scripture at Malerkotla here on 24 June.The police claimed Yadav “could not answer some questions” and he will be asked to join the investigation again. “We asked several questions to him (Yadav). He answered some questions but he also failed to answers some. We shall soon ask him to appear again for questioning,” Sangrur SSP Pritpal Singh Thind said while addressing media.
Thind said Yadav was asked 100 questions. “But he could answer 35 questions,” the SSP claimed, adding he was also asked to reply on calls shared with the accused Vijay Kumar. Yadav was also confronted with the accused during questioning who had claimed he “did (it) at his behest.”
Police have decided to hold lie detector test on Vijay and two others on 7 July. Yadav, the Mehrauli MLA, was grilled for about five hours by police officers of Sangrur and Patiala districts. He appeared before the police in Patiala at 11am and came out from the Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) office at around 4.15 pm.
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