Sheila Dikshit's son-in-law denied bail, judicial custody extended
New Delhi, Nov 18: A city court here on Friday rejected the bail plea of former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit's estranged son-in-law and extended his judicial custody for 14 days in a case of alleged theft and misappropriation of his wife's property.
Dismissing the bail plea, Metropolitan Magistrate Pankaj Sharma remanded Syed Mohammad Imran in judicial custody till December 2.
Imran was arrested in Bengaluru last week.
Dikshit's daughter Latika and Imran, who got married in 1996, have been living separately for the last 10 months.
Latika had accused Imran of domestic violence and filed a complaint in June.
She alleged that Imran took away jewellery and other expensive items from her residence.
Imran has been booked for misappropriation of property, criminal conspiracy, destruction of evidence and cheating, and also under the Information Technology Act.