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Delhi Police arrested YouTuber Bobby Kataria for smoking in flight, got bail


oi-Rahul Kumar


Published: Friday, September 30, 2022, 0:10 [IST]

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New Delhi, 30 September:
Social media influencer Bobby Kataria, who was drinking on the middle of the road in Dehradun and smoking inside the plane, surrendered before the Delhi Police today. Bobby Kataria has been booked for smoking cigarettes on a flight in Delhi. Apart from this, Dehradun Police has announced a reward of up to 25 thousand on Bobby Kataria. Bobby Kataria was released on bail on September 28, a day after he was arrested by the Delhi Police.

Bobby Kataria was released on bail on 28th Sept, a day after he was detained by Delhi Police

A case has been registered against Bobby Kataria after the incident of smoking inside the flight in January. After which Delhi Police was looking for him. SpiceJet’s legal manager Jasbir Singh had filed a police case against Kataria in August. After which a local court had directed Bobby Kataria to join the police investigation.

Kataria surrendered on Tuesday after going to the police. Police said he was detained for one night for refusing to cooperate with the investigation. The next day the local court granted him bail. After the video went viral, SpiceJet had said that the matter was thoroughly investigated in January. Following which a complaint was filed by the airline with the Gurugram police.

Kataria may have got bail in the airline case, but Dehradun Police is searching for Kataria. Dehradun Police has filed a B warrant in Delhi Jail regarding Bobby Kataria. On October 1, Kataria will be brought to Dehradun and presented in the local court. Earlier, Bobby had also applied for surrender in the Dehradun court. But he had not arrived.

Uttarakhand Police left for Gurugram to arrest Bobby Kataria, if not found…
A video had gone viral, in which he was seen drinking alcohol after stopping the traffic on the road. In this case, a case was registered at the Cantt police station on August 11 on the orders of the DGP. He shot this video on July 25 at Kimadi Marg. After the registration of the case, Kataria had also threatened Uttarakhand Police on social media. Recently, after obtaining a non-bailable warrant, the police started raiding for his arrest, but he went underground. Thereafter, the court had issued attachment warrants. On September 13, attachment warrants were pasted at his house and shops.

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english summary

Bobby Kataria was released on bail on 28th Sept, a day after he was detained by Delhi Police

Story first published: Friday, September 30, 2022, 0:10 [IST]

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