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"I need to consult my doctors in US/London before undergoing the test in question. I may also be informed of the exact nature of the test."
The special public prosecutor Rajiv Mohan has opposed his submissions saying the test is a non-invasive technique as nothing will be inserted inside the human body.
Mohan also said that Chandra can go for his test along with the doctor of his choice.
Both Chaudhary and Ahluwalia, who have been remanded to judicial custody till December 22, have been booked under sections 384 (extortion), 120 B (criminal conspiracy) and 511 (punishment for attempting to commit offences punishable with imprisonment for life or other imprisonment) of the IPC.
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