Patna: Controversial Bihar MLA Anant Singh, who surrendered before a Delhi in connection with a case lodged under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) against him, was brought to Patna on Sunday morning from the national capital, police said. Singh, who was on the run since an AK-47 rifle and grenade was recovered from his ancestral home on August 16, had appeared before Saket Court Metropolitan Magistrate Harun Pratap on Friday and surrendered. Also Read – Shah urges women to shun plastic bags Advertise With Us “Yes, he (Anant Singh) has been brought to Patna this morning,” Patna Superintendent of Police (Rural) Kantesh Kumar Mishra said. “He will be produced in the Barh court today”, the SP added. A police team headed by Barh Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Lipi Singh and Danapur ASP Ashok Mishra brought the Mokama MLA at Patna airport on Sunday morning amid tight security and took him directly to Barh. The police team has brought Singh on a two day transit remand given by Delhi’s Saket court where he had surrendered on August 23.