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Woman private detective gets bail in CDR scam

Woman private detective gets bail in CDR scam

Thane, Mar 14 (UNI) First woman private detective Rajani Pandit, who was arrested by the Thane city police on Wednesday, walked out after a district court granted her bail on Monday in connection with the sourcing call data records (CDRs) scam.

She was arrested on February 2 and lodged in the Thane District central jail for five weeks as her name cropped up in the scam in which ten others have also been arrested.

Additional Sessions Judge A S Bhaisare, while granting bail to Pandit on a bond of Rs 20,000, laid down conditions including not tampering with evidence and remaining present in court whenever required.

Talking to media, she said she does not have any connection with anyone and was not knowing as to who Nawazuddin Siddiqui was.

Siddiqui was summoned by the Thane police in connection with the same scam as his name also cropped up during the interrogation.

Pandit has been a detective of repute who is in the field for the past more than 30 years.

The CDR racket was unearthed on January 24 when police, acting on a tip-off, nabbed four private detectives from Kalwa here.

Since then, police said, 11 persons had been arrested in the scam which involved the illegal procurement and sale of CDRs of private individuals.


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