Chandigarh, June 19
A local court on Sunday extended the CBI custody of Kalyani Singh, accused in the national-level shooter and advocate Sukhmanpreet Singh Sidhu, aka Sippy Sidhu, murder case, by two days.
The accused was produced before the court of Randeep Kumar. The CBI had sought seven days’ remand of the accused to recover the weapon used in the crime and to identify the second accused involved in the crime.
The CBI counsel told the court that the accused was not co-operating in the investigation, and they needed to question her in the presence of forensic psychologist.
Advocate Sippy was shot dead on September 20, 2015. A .12 bore gun was used in the crime and four bullets were fired from it. The UT Police had registered a case of murder at the Sector 26 police station.
In 2016, the case was transferred to the CBI, after which the investigating agency registered a murder case and began a probe.
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