The court gave these directions when the CBI sleuths produced him in the court after the end of his two-and-half days’ custody on Tuesday. He was later remanded to judicial custody till February 1 and sent to Chanchalguda Central Jail.
The CBI filed a petition seeking extension of his custody for one more week. However, the petition was rejected by the court. With this, the investigation agency has decided to move a petition in the High Court seeking his custody.
Earlier, the investigating agency had sought 15 days’ custody to quiz Sunil Reddy on various Emaar deals. However, the court granted only two-and-half days’ custody.
The CBI argued that Sunil Reddy needs to be questioned about the whereabouts of money collected from T Ranga Rao, director of Stylish Homes Private Limited for the villas of Emaar-APIIC Township.
Meanwhile, the CBI officials conducted medical tests for tainted IAS officer B P Acharya, who was arrested on Monday in connection with Emaar case. The officials conducted medical tests at Dilkusha Guest House.
The doctors reportedly stated that B P Acharya was weak and advised him to take glucose frequently.