Police allege Jitender Tomar’s ‘non-cooperation’ in investigation

 Delhi Police on Sunday said former Law Minister of the national Capital, Jitender Singh Tomar, was “not cooperating” in the investigation in the fake degree case, saying he was “reluctant” to answer questions during interrogation.

Granted two-day extended police custody of Tomar by a court on Saturday, the cops were unable to utilise the first day as educational institutes and government offices, where they intended to take him, were closed being a Sunday.

A senior police officer said that when Tomar was being questioned by the investigating team, he was reluctant to answer and was “not cooperating” in the investigation.

Senior police officials said they may take the AAP MLA to some colleges in Delhi and the National Capital Region on Monday, which could reveal more details in the probe.
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