Director General of Police, Chandigarh, Tajender Singh Luthra said "on charges of attempt to abduction the duo was arrested". However, based on the public prosecutor's plea, the court granted two-day police custody of the accused on grounds that they were needed to reconstruct the crime scene and establishing motive behind the crime.
The development comes after the police earlier released a video footage showing the one of the accused (Ashish) buying alcohol before chasing Varnika Kundu's auto on the night of August 4.
The footage shows the accusing walking in and out of the shop to buy liquor.
Presenting the accused in the court, Chandigarh Police, which had taken a two-day police remand on Thursday, did not seek further custody.
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Vikas and Kumar had earlier been arrested on Saturday following the complaint of the woman, daughter of an IAS officer, but released on bail as they had been booked under bailable sections of the IPC and the Motor Vehicles Act.
"Do not politicise it. Law will take its course". 'I had 2 beers, ' he said.
"Attempt of abduction, two sections 365 and 511 has been added". The duo was produced in the court of duty magistrate Gaurav Dutta amid tight security around 12.40 pm. The case has garnered overwhelming support from people all around the country, with various media houses campaigning for the stalker son's arrest. The demands such as fair investigation in Varnika's case, no curfews timings for girls and working women hostels, making more female cops available at night, gender sensitization of Police officials, strict and concrete action against drunk driving were raised during the march.