By LE Desk

New Delhi, May 10: Matrix Cellular Services, whose CEO was arrested in connection with the Delhi oxygen concentrators hoarding case, has moved the Delhi High Court, demanding the seized goods back. Matrix Cellular’s CEO Gourav Khanna was arrested in Gurugram on Friday.

Police had raided a location in Chhatarpur after one accused, arrested from two upscale restaurants in the Khan Market area in connection with the hoarding of oxygen concentrators, revealed that they had a warehouse, India Today reported.

A search was conducted and 387 more units of oxygen concentrators, which were being sold at exorbitant prices in the black market, were recovered from the warehouse. The warehouse, which was located in a farmhouse, was being operated by Matrix Cellular company.

The Matrix Cellular Services has now moved the Delhi High Court, demanding that the oxygen concentrators be released.

Meanwhile, the high court has asked the Delhi Police to file a status report on the oxygen concentrators hoarding case. The police will file a status report on this matter on Monday.

The Delhi Police on Friday said it recovered 105 oxygen concentrators during raids at two upscale restaurants and arrested four people. Ninety-six oxygen concentrators were recovered from popular restaurant Khan Chacha and nine from Town Hall restaurant, both situated in the Khan Market area, the police said.

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