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Court hearing on NC Hills scam on June 29

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, June 25 � The medical board set up to examine the health condition of RH Khan, the prime accused in the multi-crore rupee financial scam in the NC Hills has been asked to submit its report on or before June 29, the date fixed for next hearing in the Special Court, CBI.

The CBI plea for Khan�s custody would be taken up by the court on July 29 after the arrival of the report. The investigation agency has registered five cases against Khan. Khan has been sent to judicial custody.

Khan was examined by the medical board today and was later produced in the court in connection with the National Investigation Agency.

Meanwhile, Amjad Hussain, brother-in-law of RH Khan, from whose residence the CBI recovered Rs 14.5 crore recently, was also remanded to four days� custody of Dhubri police on the strength of production warrant while Amjad Ali, another accused in the case, was sent to judicial custody.

In the NIA case number two, all the 14 accused were produced before the court except Niranjan Hojai. While RH Khan was shown arrested another accused Mohit Hojai was remanded to four days custody. The NIA had sought seven days� custody. The Court however rejected the CBI�s remand plea for Samir Ahmed who was also remanded to judicial custody.

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Court hearing on NC Hills scam on June 29

GUWAHATI, June 25 � The medical board set up to examine the health condition of RH Khan, the prime accused in the multi-crore rupee financial scam in the NC Hills has been asked to submit its report on or before June 29, the date fixed for next hearing in the Special Court, CBI.

The CBI plea for Khan�s custody would be taken up by the court on July 29 after the arrival of the report. The investigation agency has registered five cases against Khan. Khan has been sent to judicial custody.

Khan was examined by the medical board today and was later produced in the court in connection with the National Investigation Agency.

Meanwhile, Amjad Hussain, brother-in-law of RH Khan, from whose residence the CBI recovered Rs 14.5 crore recently, was also remanded to four days� custody of Dhubri police on the strength of production warrant while Amjad Ali, another accused in the case, was sent to judicial custody.

In the NIA case number two, all the 14 accused were produced before the court except Niranjan Hojai. While RH Khan was shown arrested another accused Mohit Hojai was remanded to four days custody. The NIA had sought seven days� custody. The Court however rejected the CBI�s remand plea for Samir Ahmed who was also remanded to judicial custody.