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Babbar Khalsa men remanded to 10 days police custody
June 01, 2005 16:58 IST
A Delhi court on Wednesday remanded to 10 days police custody two alleged activists of the Babbar Khalsa militant outfit arrested in connection with the bomb blasts in two cinema halls in New Delhi on May 22.
The blasts had killed one person and injured 50.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Madhu Jain sent Balvinder Singh and Jagannath Yadav to police custody till June 10 after police sought time for their interrogation.
The Special Cell of the Delhi police had on Tuesday arrested Balvinder from Nawashahr in Punjab and Jagannath from Patel Nagar in Delhi.
Two of their associates, Jaspal Singh and Vikas, are yet to be nabbed.
The four had allegedly carried out the blasts in Liberty Cinema and Satyam Multiplex using plastic explosives.
The police have seized 1 kg RDX, 2 kg gold and Rs 2.94 lakh in cash from Jagannath's house in Uttam Nagar in west Delhi.