KOCHI: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) submitted before the NIA court in Kochi, on Tuesday, that they have retrieved data worth 2,000GB from the laptops and smartphones of accused persons in the Thiruvananthapuram gold smuggling case Swapna Suresh and Sandeep Nair. Similarly, 2,000GB amount of data altogether was retrieved from digital gadgets of other three accused too. Even the deleted data, including videos, pictures and documents were recovered with CDAC’s help.
NIA told the court that they need to confront the accused persons with newly-found evidence and need to probe further into the possibility of existence of new evidence.
The court then granted four-day custody of Sandeep Nair, Muhammad Shafi and Muhammad Ali Ebrahim to NIA for further interrogation till Friday evening. Even though NIA sought custody of Swapna Suresh, the second accused in the case, she could not be produced in court as she is admitted in Thrissur medical
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