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Mangalore: Terror suspects remanded to judicial custody
October 04, 2008 19:52 IST
Four terror suspects, allegedly belonging to the Indian Mujahideen [Images] group, have been remanded to judicial custody by a Mangalore court till October 17.
The four were arrested in a joint operation by the Mumbai and Karnataka police on Friday for their alleged involvement in the Delhi [Images] serial blasts.
Judicial First Class-III Magistrate K P Dinesh remanded Mohammud Ali, his son Javed Ali, Naushad and Ahmad Bawa to judicial custody when police produced them before the court today.
Meanwhile, police said the four arrested were likely to be handed over to Mumbai police for questioning.
They said the arrested have revealed vital information on the terror network carried on by them and also the plans they had.
Police have been scanning through the contents in the CDs, pen drives and hard discs, which were seized from them during Friday's raids.
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