Suspected IM man sent to 7 days` police custody
New Delhi: A Delhi court on Thursday remanded a
suspected Indian Mujahideen operative, who was arrested from
Bihar for his alleged role in various blasts across the
country, in seven days` police custody.
Aftab Alam alias Farooq, an alleged Pakistani national
arrested from Purnia district in Bihar on December 6, was
produced before Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Vinod Yadav who
allowed the Delhi Police to quiz him till December 15.
During in-camera proceedings, the police sought seven
days` custody for Aftab saying that he needs to be thoroughly
interrogated to track his terror network and arrest his other
Earlier, the police had arrested six other alleged IM
operatives, including another Pakistani national, in
connection with a number of blast cases.
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