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Four terror suspects to be taken to Bengaluru
April 28, 2008 19:18 IST
A Hubli court on Monday issued warrants to secure the custody of four terror suspects currently lodged in Indore jail for interrogation by the Karnataka Police.
Judicial Magistrate First Class Srinivas passed the order after the Corps of Detectives, probing the terror network in Karnataka, sought the warrants to take Mohammed Yaseen, Mohamammed Ansar, Munroz Zama and P A Shadili into its custody for questioning them.
Sources said the COD team would shortly leave for Indore to take the four into its custody and take them to Bengaluru.
The COD on Monday produced 12 terror suspects before the court and it remanded five of the banned Students' Islamic Movement of India outfit, including its all-India president Safdar Hussain Nagori, to police custody till May 12.
Others remanded to police custody include Afeez Mulla (Adnan), Mirza Ahmed Baig, Shibli and Kamaruddin Nagori, who were recently arrested in Madhya Pradesh.
The Magistrate also extended the judicial custody of the seven suspects, Mohammed Asif, Riyazuddin Naseer, Asadulla Abubakker, Shakeel Ahmed Mali, Allabaksha, Yahya Kammakutty and Syed Sidiqui Sameer till May 12.
The court also granted permission to defence lawyer A A Savanur to meet his clients at the police station.