Moosewala Murder Case: Gangster Deepak Tinu's remand extends 3 days by Delhi police

Deepak Tinu was arrested by the Delhi Police Special Cell last week

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The Patiala House Court of Delhi has extended the police remand of gangster Deepak Tinu by three days. He was produced through video conferencing before the Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of Patiala House Court today, following the end of his seven-day remand issued last week.

Deepak Tinu was arrested by the Delhi Police Special Cell last week. He escaped from Punjab police custody on October 1, from Rajasthan. The court also refused to send Deepak to Punjab on a transit remand.

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He is a member of the Lawrence Bishnoi gang and one of the main suspects in the popular Punjabi singer, Sidhu Moosewala murder case. He was arrested by the Special Cell's Intelligence unit from a village in Ajmer, Rajasthan.

The Lawrence gang had allegedly received a shipment of hand grenades and weapons from Pakistan through drones, which were intended to be used in a significant, public massacre. The Special Cell is investigating how and by what routes the hand grenades reached Deepak.