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Baleeghuddin Jabir sent to judicial custody

Mohammed Siddique in Hyderabad | September 02, 2008 19:13 IST

Baleeghuddin Jabir, the son of an imprisoned religious leader Mohammed Naseeruddin, has been remanded to two weeks of judicial custody by Secunderabad additional chief metropolitan magistrate after he was produced before him on Tuesday morning.

'Missing' Hyderabad youth in police custody

Jabir, who was missing since August 28, was arrested by the police Task Force on Monday when he was on his way to the court along with three other boys to surrender. The other three, including Jabir's cousin Waheeduddin, Rizwan and Farooq, were released on personal bond.

City Police Commissioner B Prasad Rao said the three boys were not involved in any case and they were only accompanying Jabir when the police caught him. He said Jabir was an accused in criminal conspiracy case No 198 registered at the Gopalpuram police station, in which his elder brother Muqeemuddin Yasser has already been arrested and remains in jail.

Cops probe Basher's, Nasir's roles

The commissioner said two more cases were registered against Jabir at Saeedabad and Saifabad police stations.

Jabir had gone missing on August 28 when the police had raided his residence in Saeedabad searching for him. While his family had alleged that the police had picked him up, the police had denied the same.

Muslims say they are targetted

Police sources said that after he was taken in to custody by the police, Jabir was questioned about his links with Mufti Abu Bashar, who has been arrested by Gujrat police in connection with the recent serial blasts in Ahmadabad.

Jabir was a friend of Mufti Abu Bashar when latter was teaching in a Hyderabad Madarsa during 2005-06.

Jabir is one of the three sons of Moulana Naseeruddin who have been arrested by the police on terror related charges. While youngest Nasir was arrested in Karnataka and is in Belgaum jail, Yasser and Jabir are in Charlapally jail in Hyderabad.

A year on, Hyderabad blast investigation flounders

Moulana Naseeruddin, the founder of Tehreek-e-Tahaffuz-e-Shaaer-e-Islam (TTSI) is in Sabarmati jail since October 2004. He is an accused in Haren Pandya murder case and Ahmedabad [Images] criminal conspiracy case.

In the case 198 (criminal conspiracy case) in Hyderabad the police is showing another 43 people absconding. They include another religious figure Moulana Aleemuddin Islahi and AP Civil Liberties Monitoring Committee general secretary Lateef Mohammed Khan.

When asked what the family intends to do now that the Jabir has been produced in the court, his mother Tasleem Fatima said in a choked voice, "What a family can do whose all four bread earners have been thrown behind the bars for no fault. They are innocent. Only Allah can do justice to us".






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