The Banjara Hills police filed a petition on Saturday in Nampally Court seeking five day police custody to interrogate Vikram Goud. The police informed the Court that there was a need to interrogate comprehensively in regard to firing case. After the hearing on Tuesday, the Court has given permission to the police for one day custody.
The police will interrogate Vikram on Wednesday by taking him into their custody. It may be recalled that the police informed the media about the case with full evidences as Vikram enacted a firing drama with supari gang in a cinema style. Six others were also being arrested in the case along with Vikram. The police launched search to arrest two more persons in the case.
According to police, they have some doubts as to what happened before the firing incident. The police were expecting that Vikram would reveal the facts about his debts and the investments in cinema field and about the ongoing drug case.