Rape case: Swimming coach sent in 6-day police remand.
Goa authorities were previously granted three-day transit custody of the accused by a Delhi court. A Goa court on Sunday remanded swimming coach Surajit Ganguly, detained for allegedly raping a little girl training underneath himin police custody for six days.
Ganguly, who was was about the run since the case was enrolled, was detained in New Delhi on Friday and caused Goa late Saturday night after he had been shot into Mapusa police station, where the offence had been registered against him.
“On Sunday morning, he was produced before the magistrate first class in Mapusa for the remand.
Goa police were earlier granted three-day transit custody of those accused with a Delhi court.
Ganguly was used using all the Goa Swimming Association as the alleged incident took place in Mapusa.
The woman’s dad had approached Rishra police station in Hooghly district of West Bengal against Ganguly, a senior police officer previously said.
The Goa police later got the complaint in their West Bengal counterparts through email and registered the FIR.
After the case was enrolled, Ganguly went to different nations. The Goa police then sent groups to different locations to nab him.