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Kalmadi and two others on 14 days judicial custody

Former OC CWG chairman Suresh Kalmadi and two others were remanded to judicial custody on Wednesday after the Central Bureau of Investigation told a Delhi court that it did not need the arrested persons for further investigations. CBI, argued the three should not be let out on bail since the charges against them were serious and their free movement could "compromise the investigation". The trio have been sent to the high security Tihar Jail that houses some of the most notorious criminals in the country.Kalmadi and his to aides, OC joint director general (Sport) ASV Prasad and OC deputy director general (procurement) Surjit Lal, arrested on charges of cheating, conspiracy and corruption in the award of Games related contracts, are now on 14 days judicial custody."The investigation of this case is at a crucial stage. Some important witnesses are yet to be examined. The role of accused persons Kalmadi, Prasad and Lal is of serious nature," the CBI lawyer was quoted by newswire PTI as stating.

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