Another IMFL bottle was recovered from flat 201-B in which another Chinese national, Wu Chuangyong Sichuan, was living.
Tiandong’s bail has already been rejected by a lower court in Patna and he might have to spend some more weeks inside the jail.
Several flats in the enclave were used as guesthouse by the cellphone firm for its Chinese officials.
An official from consulate-general of China in Kolkata, Wang Lifeng, had also met senior police officials in Patna to take stock of the case.
At least nine Chinese nationals were living there when Patna police conducted a raid.“Tiandong’s visa, which was issued on December 22 last year, expired on June 21, just four days before his arrest,” a senior police officer said.Jail sources said Tiandong was being provided with hakka noodles and boiled vegetables as food.
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