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Some relief for Hannah Foster murder accused

By Our Staff Reporter

NEW DELHI, NOV. 5. An Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) here today allowed three reliefs to Maninder Singh Kohli who is facing extradition proceedings for being deported to Britain to face trial there in the Hannah Foster murder case.

The ACMM, Ravinder Dudeja, asked the Tihar jail authorities to bring Kohli to the court in a high security van, let him talk to his wife staying at Kalimpong in Darjeeling and allow his brother to stay with him at Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Hospital (DDU) here where he was to be operated upon for stones in the gall bladder.

Meanwhile, D.K. Gosh, Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), continued recording of his statement, and counsel for the Ministry, A.K. Wali, and Naveen Kumar Matta, exhibited a few papers of the set of documents which the British police have sent to the MEA seeking extradition of the accused to Britain to face trial in the case.

The MEA officer will continue the recording of his statement on November 9.

Kohli was brought here on September 10 this year on a production warrant issued by the ACMM. He was arrested on July 15 at Kalimpong in Darjeeling in West Bengal and was later lodged in Chandigarh jail in connection with another case there.

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