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Updated: October 31, 2009 15:24 IST

Court allows police to conduct narco test on Ghandy

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A Delhi Court on Saturday allowed investigators to conduct a narco-analysis test on top Maoist leader Kobad Ghandy.

Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Kaveri Baweja allowed the narco-test of Ghandy after the Delhi Police contended that it had not been able to elicit all the information from him despite use of all scientific methods of interrogation.

The court passed the order after going through the medical report submitted by AIIMS saying that 59-year-old Ghandy was medically fit to undergo the test.

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