Kerala Gold smuggling case: Kerala’s suspended IAS officer to remain under medical surveillance for 24 hours, inquiries continue in gold smuggling case

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Kerala Gold smuggling case: Kerala's suspended IAS officer to remain under medical surveillance for 24 hours, inquiries continue in gold smuggling caseKerala High Court (Photo Credit-ANI)

Thiruvananthapuram, October 17: In the angiography of Kerala suspended IAS officer M. Shivshankar on Saturday, it has been found that he has no heart problem. However, on Sunday, he will be kept under medical supervision for 24 hours before being discharged. These former Principal Secretaries of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan were taken to the hospital on Friday night when the customs officials visited their residence and inquired about the smuggling of gold.

It was said earlier that he was not taken to the hospital but was expected to take him to the customs office. Please tell that after the case of gold smuggling came to light on July 5, the Customs and Enforcement Directorate has questioned the IAS officer. He was asked to appear before the customs on Friday, but after he said that he was unwell, the customs officer went to his residence. When officers started taking him for questioning, Shivshankar claimed that he was unwell. After this he was taken to the hospital.

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On the other hand, the Kerala High Court, while acting on the anticipatory bail plea of ​​Shivshankar, ordered the ED not to arrest him until he has heard the petition in detail. In this sense, Sunday will be an important day for Shiv Shankar, if he is discharged on Sunday, everyone will be eyeing the customs as the court has only prohibited the ED from arresting him.

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