Patna blasts accused Imtiyaz remanded in police custody

Patna blasts accused Imtiyaz remanded in police custody

Terror suspect Imtiyaz Ansari, arrested while running away from the Patna railway station after a blast in a toilet shortly before Narendra Modi's rally in the city on Sunday, has been remanded in police custody.

Imtiyaz Ansari, arrested while running away from the Patna railway station after the blast in a toilet on the day of BJP Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's mega rally here on October 27, has been remanded in police custody.

Ansari, who was produced before Railway Magistrate Arvind Kumar Singh late last night was remanded in seven days police custody.

Another man Taufim who was seriously injured in the blast in the toilet is in police custody and is being treated at the IGIMS Hospital.

The two have been charged under sections 18/19/20 of the IPC and relevant provisions of the Railway Act.

Besides Ansari and Taufim, two others have been detained by the police.

Six persons were killed and 82 others injured in seven low intensity blasts in and around the venue of Modi's rally at historic Gandhi Maidan in Patna on Sunday shortly before he addressed the huge gathering.

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