Mumbai, Apr 1 (UNI) The Special anti-corruption bureau (ACB) court today extended the judicial custody of suspended 'encounter specialist' Daya Nayak and his associate Rajendra Padte 13, arrested in connection with a disproportionate assets case till April.
Both Nayak and Padte were produced before Judge A V Potdar this afternoon where prosecution asked for extension of their custody, as the investigation in the case is still not completed.
The judge asked Nayak and Padte if they have any complaint in their custody, which they denied.
Nayak is presently lodged in Bhoiwada police lock-up, due to security reasons, while Padte is in Arthur road jail.
The ACB had registered a case against Nayak for amassing wealth disproportionate to his known sources of income, alongwith three others including his wife Komal and associates -- Padte and Manivelan.
Komal had secured an anticipatory bail from Bombay High Court, while Nayak and Padte are in the judicial custody.
Maivelan, who was arrested in the case on January 22, had been granted bail by the Bombay High Court on March 23 as police failed to file a chargesheet against him within the stipulated 60 days.
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