New Delhi, Nov.4 (ANI): Top Maoist leader Kobad Ghandy on Wednesday approached the Delhi High Court to challenge trial court's order allowing the police to conduct a narco-analysis test on him.
On Oct.31, the trial court had permitted the Delhi police to conduct narco test on Kobad Ghandy, after the investigating agency contended that it had not been able to elicit all the information from him despite using all scientific methods of interrogation.
The court had passed the order after going through the medical report submitted by All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS), stating that Kobad Ghandy was medically fit to undergo the test.
A special medical board of AIIMS had conducted the medical examination of Kobad Ghandy and submitted a report in the court, saying that Kobad Ghandy could withstand the narco-analysis test.
Kobad Ghandy is the the politburo member of banned CPI(Maoist). He was arrested in Delhi in September. (ANI)