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New Delhi: A Delhi court today allowed the city police to interrogate the three accused in a sensational honour killing case in the national capital.
"For the time being, I allow you (police) to interrogate the accused inside the court's record room for half-an-hour," Metropolitan Magistrate Satish Kumar said.
Delhi police, which got the custody of the three accused from the Dasna jail authorities, submitted that they would move a proper application for their custodial interrogation if required after the brief quizzing.
The court had yesterday issued production warrants against three youths - Mandeep Nagar (23), Ankit Chaudhury (22) and Nakul Khari (21) - arrested in connection with the sensational honour killings of their three relatives last week.
The accused were arrested on June 24 by the Uttar Pradesh police from Garhmukteshwar, about 90 kms from the national capital.
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