Four persons including a girl and an Army official arrested in connection with the Chandigarh University 'leaked objectionable videos' case were sent to five days police remand by a court on Monday.
Earlier on Saturday, an Indian Army official identified as Sanjeev Singh was arrested in connection with the case and was produced to the court where he was sent to a five days police remand and the other three accused were on seven days police remand.
Harvindar Singh Johal, Ranjit Verma's lawyer said, "The police asked for seven days remand as all the culprits have to be interrogated face to face and, but the Kharar Court has given 5 days police remand."
According to an Army official, "During the ongoing investigations by Punjab Police in a sensitive case, it has revealed that a serving Army soldier is likely to have been involved in acts chargeable under sections of the IPC and IT Act."
The Army official emphasized that the Indian Army practices zero tolerance toward such acts and will continue to provide all assistance for the early conclusion of the investigation.
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