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Indore: In Yagnik suicide case, police to recover Saloni’s mobile phone she used while on the run


Indore: A local court on Thursday extended the police remand of Saloni Arora, who was arrested in connection with suicide committed by former editor-in-chief of Dainik Bhaskar Kalpesh Yagnik. Now, police will recover her mobile phone to know call details.

ASP Shailendra Singh Chouhan said Saloni was arrested from Mumbai on Sunday. She was hiding in Mumbai after a call recording in which she was blackmailing Yagnik was recovered by the police and a case of abetment to suicide was registered against her. She was on police remand and was produced before the court on Thursday. Court extended her police remand till August 12.

Chouhan said Saloni was taken to Mumbai and a laptop and her mobile phone in which she had recorded calls were recovered from her relative’s place. She told police that she was trying to get her job back and that is why she blackmailed Yagnik.

A mobile phone which was bought by her from a person in Mumbai to talk to people close to her was also recovered. The police are trying to know people who were in contact with her while she was on the run. She is being questioned about mobile phone and SIM card.

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