Special CBI judge OP Saini remanded Sandeep Wadhwa in CBI custody acceding to the agency's plea that he needed to be subjected to custodial interrogation for further probe into the case.
Sandeep Wadhwa, the managing director of an Indo-Swiss firm, arrested for his alleged role in a corruption case linked to supply of various logistical equipment for the Commonwealth Games, was on Tuesday remanded in CBI custody for four days by a Delhi court.
Special CBI judge OP Saini remanded Wadhwa in CBI custody acceding to the agency's plea that he needed to be subjected to custodial interrogation for further probe into the case.
Wadhwa, the MD of Comfort Net, which is a part of the Switzerland-based Nussli India consortium, was arrested yesterday by the CBI in connection with the Rs600 crore overlays scam.
Prior to Wadhwa arrest, the CBI had claimed that it had got some evidence against Nussli India which was given contract of nearly Rs140 crore for supplying tents, portable cabins, containers and other items for six venues.