Ahluwalia reports ill while being taken for questioning

[lang_en]Shimla: Investigators had to admit bureaucrat Subhash Ahluwalia into a private hospital after he complained restlessness and pain when the police were taking him to a police station for questioning, on Sunday morning.

Vigilance spokesman Ashok Sharma said, “no interrogation of the arrested official could take place on Sunday as he was suddenly taken ill, while on way to a police station and had to be admitted at the nearest available hospital.”

Ahluwalia, arrested in a disproportionate asset case, is to be produced in court on Monday where a bail application is to be heard.

Earlier the official was discharged from the government hospital IGMC and handed over to the investigators for interrogation in the case.

Hospital superintendent SS Minhas said, “the patient continues to suffer from chronic diseases and needs long term treatment.” However, he was declared fit in the morning today and handed over to the police, who had brought him here.”

Vigilance officials have made out a disproportionate asset case against the bureaucrat for the period 2003-08, when he handled the front office of former chief minister Virbhadra Singh in capacity as a private secretary.[/lang_en]

As Editor, Ravinder Makhaik leads a team of media professionals at Hill Post. Spanning a career of over two decades in mass communication, as a Documentary Filmmaker, TV journalist, Print Media journalist and with Online & Social Media, he brings with him a vast experience. He lives in Shimla.

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