Khan market oxygen black marketing case: Delhi police moves court to seek police custody of Kalra

Some breaking inputs coming in from the national capital about the Khan Market alleged oxygen black marketing case reveal that the Delhi Police moves court for Navneet Kalra’s remand to seek five-day police custody of Kalra. 524 oxygen concentrators were recovered from three restaurants owned by Kalra- Khan Chacha, Nega Ju and Town Hall in the state. Businessman Navneet Kalra was arrested in the alleged black marketing and hoarding of oxygen concentrators amid the coronavirus pandemic and the case has been transferred to the Delhi Police Crime Branch. TIMES NOW's Mohit Sharma with more details. Watch the full video for more information.

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