His counsel submitted that the registration certificate was cancelled by the authorities by an order dated July 23 and nothing survived in the petition.
The court also directed the accused not to contact the customers to whom he had sold the concentrators, not to tamper with evidence or influence the witnesses, and join the investigation.
The court heard the bail application filed by the businessman who was arrested on May 17 for allegedly hoarding oxygen concentrators.
Arun Kumar Garg was hearing the bail application of the businessman who was arrested on May 17 for allegedly hoarding oxygen concentrators and selling them at exorbitant price.
During a recent raid, 524 oxygen concentrators were recovered from Khan Chacha, Town Hall, and Nege & Ju restaurants owned by Kalra.
The concentrators are in short supply as they are being anxiously scoured by those gasping for breath due to the high rate of infection of coronavirus.
Official sources said the searches are being conducted at various locations in the national capital under provisions of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA).
Kalra, who was produced before the court on expiry of his three days of police custody, was sent to 14 days of judicial custody.
The Crime Branch produced Kalra before Metropolitan Magistrate Akanksha Garg of Saket Court at the end of the three days of his police custody.
Oxygen concentrators hoarding: ED files money laundering case against businessman Navneet Kalra, others
Official sources said a criminal case under various sections of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA) has been filed against Kalra and his associates.
Oxygen concentrators hoarding: Delhi police seizes cell phones of arrested businessman Navneet Kalra
Kalra, who was on the run for over a week since the seizure of more than 500 oxygen concentrators, was nabbed from Gurgaon on Sunday night and was formally arrested on Monday.
Delhi HC declines Kalra's plea for speedy decision on bail by trial court; says let law take its own course
The high court declined to grant the reliefs sought on behalf of Kalra, represented by senior advocate Vikas Pahwa.
Court sends Navneet Kalra for three days in police custody in oxygen concentration black marketing case
Metropolitan Magistrate Archana Beniwal sent the restaurateur for three days of custodial interrogation after the Delhi Police said his police custody is required to unearth the whole nexus.
The businessman was on the run for over a week since the seizure of more than 500 oxygen concentrators from three upscale restaurants owned by him in the national capital.
Kalra owns three restaurants, from where police had recovered more than 500 oxygen concentrators.