As per an order passed by the first ACMM court on Monday, actress Ragini Dwivedi will be kept in judicial custody till September 28 and the police custody of Sanjjanaa Galrani will be further extended for the next three days.
The Central Crime Branch (CCB) had placed a request to the court for a five days police custody for Sanjjanaa, though the court agreed for three days.
Ragini was later taken to the Parappana Agrahara central prison in the late evening hours on Monday. She will be kept in a separate cell in a dedicated special block in the prison.She will not be allowed to meet any other inmates of the prison citing security reasons. Security is tightened around her prison block with a restricted entry in the evening.
Before their trial in the court, both the actresses were taken to KC General hospital for general medical tests and Covid-19 tests. Both the actresses are found to be in good health.