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Delhi Court Refuses to Stay Coercive Action Against Businessman Navneet Kalra in Oxygen Concentrator Hoarding Case

Lawstreet Journal 11 May 2021 8:31pm

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A court in Saket, Delhi refused to grant interim relief in the form of a stay on coercive actions to Delhi based businessman Navneet Kalra in the case related to hoarding of oxygen cylinders. 

 

Last week the Delhi Police had uncovered a hoard of 524 oxygen concentrators from three upscale hotels owned by Karla. In the initial raid at the famous Khan Chacha restaurant in Khan Market 96 oxygen concentrators were recovered and 9 concentrators were recovered from the Town Hall restaurant. Later raid in Nege & Ju Restaurant and Bar in Lodhi Colony recovered 419 of the medical devices. All three hotels are owned by Karla.

Since the raid Karla, with his family, has been absconding and the Delhi Police has issued a lookout notice against him.

It is alleged that the oxygen concentrators were imported from China by a private company and kept hoarded for sale in the black market owing to the high demand for the product in the worsening Covid situation in the capital.

It is alleged that the accused were charging as high as Rs 70,000 for the oxygen concentrators which in the open market costs around Rs 15,000 to Rs 20,000.

The matter has now been transferred to the Crime Branch. Four people including the Managers of the hotels have been arrested by the police and a manhunt has begun for Kalra.

The accused are charged under various sections of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 and the Essential Commodities Act, 1955. 

After hearing the application for anticipatory bail and interim stay… Continue Reading...


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