Ranjit Bajaj sent to judicial custody

Panchkula (Haryana), March 6 (IANS) A court here Saturday sent to 14 days judicial custody Ranjit Bajaj, the son of a former bureaucrat couple of Punjab, who has been booked on charges of attempt to murder.

Ranjit, who had dodged the police for over a month, was arrested Wednesday evening from his house in the upscale Sector 16 in Chandigarh, around 10 km from here. A local court remanded him to two days police custody

However, police declined to release any details of his interrogation.

‘At this time we cannot divulge any findings of the interrogation. He said that he stayed in Delhi, Mumbai and in some parts of Punjab while he was absconding,’ a senior police official told IANS.

A case was filed against Ranjit Jan 30 following a complaint from Gurmohan Singh Bedi, son of sitting Punjab and Haryana High Court Judge M.M.S. Bedi.

In the complaint, Gurmohan had alleged that Ranjit, along with two private security guards, hit him with weapons at the North Park resort in Panchkula over a parking argument at the winter ball of St. John’s Old Boys Association (SJOBA).

He said Ranjit threatened to kill him after a verbal duel.

Ranjit is the only son of retired bureaucrats B.R. Bajaj and Rupan Deol Bajaj.

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