Judicial custody for 2 terror accused

Judicial custody for 2 terror accused

The First Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court on Saturday remanded two of the terror accused to 14-day judicial custody till October 11, while granting custody of another to the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS)


The court had earlier extended the police custody of Mohammed Akram and Obedulla-Ur-Rehman for three days on September 27.

The police custody of Dr Nayeem Siddique also ended on Saturday. Officials from Maharashtra ATS had brought a prisoner-in-transit warrant from an Aurangabad Court seeking custody of Mohammed Akram who hails from Nanded, Maharashtra, for further investigations. The ATS personnel took Akram to Maharashtra late night.

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