Nagpur News : Police may demand extension of Director of Shreesurya Group Pallavi Joshi as she did not provide any concrete information in the case. Pallavi, who is in Police Custody Remand (PCR). However, it is interesting to learn that even being in PCR, Pallavi Joshi threw tantrum about food quality in the custody. She alleged that the food provided to her was not of good quality and demanded good food. Her PCR will end on November 2, but she might be again sent for PCR due to her lack of co-operation.
Speaking about the seized buses, police informed that Sameer Joshi recovered around Rs 25 lakh from the rent of the 36 buses that were seized on Wednesday. Police said Joshi had allotted 17 buses to a private school from which lakhs of rupees were collected as rent.
A senior police officer informed that buses of Shreesurya Travels also run in Gujarat. Thus, a team will leave for Gujarat after Diwali and buses running in Gujarat under the banner of Shreesurya Travels will be seized.