Granted two-day extended police custody of Tomar by a Delhi court on Saturday, the cops were unable to utilise the first day as educational institutes and government offices where they intended to take him were closed being a Sunday.

Senior police officials said they may take the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLA to some colleges in Delhi and the National Capital Region today, which could reveal more details in the probe.
    
On Saturday, a Delhi court had extended Tomar's police custody by two days after Delhi Police claimed that documents produced by him were 'fabricated' and charges under Prevention of Corruption Act might also be invoked in the case.
    
The police had also said that Tomar, who quit as the Law Minister of Delhi after his arrest, was required for further custodial interrogation to know about the persons who had allegedly connived with him in procurement of purported fake educational certificates.
    
49-year-old Tomar, MLA from Trinagar, was arrested in the morning of June 9 following an investigation into a complaint by Bar Council of Delhi that he had obtained a fake law degree from the Bihar college.

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