Journalist Vinod Verma arrested: Chhattisgarh police fail to answer all the questions

27 Oct 2017 12:51 PM

Journalist Vinod Verma arrested: Chhattisgarh police fail to answer all the questions

Updated 27 Oct 2017 12:51 PM

Journalist Vinod Verma arrested: Chhattisgarh police fail to answer all the questions 

Chhattisgarh police on Friday arrested senior journalist Vinod Verma, from Indirapuram in Ghaziabad on the allegations of threatening and blackmailing a person.

After arrest Verma was taken to Ghaziabad police station, where he was quizzed for several hours.

As per sources, Verma has allegations of possessing a porn CD of a politician, and the police are investigating him over the same.

Chhattisgarh police speaks up:

Hours after arresting Verma, Chhattisgarh police addressed media and revealed that journalist Vinod Verma got 100 copies made of a CD which had explicit content. Cops further revealed that they "seized around 500 CDs from his residence, along with a laptop, pen drive and some cash".

The cops further added that "We are yet to see the contents of the CD". On being questioned on how did their team reach Ghaziabad so quickly, the cops said that "Our team was already present in Delhi to probe chain snatching case".

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