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Ex-MP, wife, son arrested, sent to jail
A former Congress Party member of parliament, his wife and their son have been arrested and sent to jail in Telangana's Warangal town in a case relating to the death of the ex-MP's daughter-in-law and three grandsons, police said.
 
Siricilla Rajaiah, his wife Madhavi and son Anil Kumar were arrested late Thursday and produced before a magistrate who sent them to judicial custody for 14 days.
 
They were later shifted to Warangal central jail.
 
The three were in police custody since Wednesday when charred bodies of S. Sarika and her sons were found in Rajaiah's house in Warangal.
 
S. Sarika and her three sons -- Abhinav (seven), Ayan (three) and Sriyan (three) -- were burnt to death in the fire. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
 
On a complaint by Sarika's parents, police registered a case against Rajaiah, his wife and their son for harassment and abetment to suicide. The Police also booked a case of suspicious death.
 
Sarika's relatives blamed ex member of parliament, his wife and son for the deaths. 
 
They cited a case booked against them in the past for harassing Sarika for dowry and Anil's extra-marital affair with a woman.
 
Police said they were investigating the case from all angles to reach to a conclusion if it was suicide or a murder.
 
Food samples collected from Rajaiah's house were also sent for examination to find out if Sarika and children were poisoned before burning.
 
Rajaiah was elected from Warangal in 2009 but lost last year.
 
He filed nomination papers for the by-election on Monday but told the party leadership after the tragedy that he was opting out of the race.
 
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Chhota Rajan brought to Delhi, kept in CBI custody
Long-absconding underworld don Rajendra Nikhalje alias Chhota Rajan on Friday was brought to the national capital from Indonesia, officials said.
 
Rajan, who was arrested by Indonesian police on October 26, reached here in a special aircraft around 5.30 a.m. at Palam airport from where he was taken to Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) headquarters, escorted by special commandos and SWAT team, police said.
 
The aircraft carrying Rajan, along with a team of CBI officials and others, had departed for India around 8 p.m. (local time) from Bali, Indonesia on Thursday.
 
Rajan, 55, reached CBI headquarters around 6 a.m. All routes leading the CBI headquarters have been sealed by Delhi Police.
 
Besides, the security of CBI headquarters, which is looked after by the Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), has been increased. 
 
Rajan, 55, who has been absconding from India for two decades was arrested by Indonesian police on a request of CBI in Bali on October 26, following a tip-off by the Australian Federal Police.
 
Rajan has been kept in a lockup in CBI headquarters, sources said, adding that he will be taken for medical examination soon.
 
The mafia don will be presented before a special CBI magistrate very soon after his medical examination, who will officially hand over his custody to the investigating agency, sources said.
 
Disclaimer: Information, facts or opinions expressed in this news article are presented as sourced from IANS and do not reflect views of Moneylife and hence Moneylife is not responsible or liable for the same. As a source and news provider, IANS is responsible for accuracy, completeness, suitability and validity of any information in this article.

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