New Delhi: A suspected Indian Mujahideen
operative, arrested for alleged involvement in various blasts
across the country, was today sent by a local court to
judicial custody till January 10.
Abdur Rehman, 19, was produced before a duty magistrate
who sent him to judicial custody for 14 days after the Delhi
Police said it does not require him any more for custodial
Rehman, who was arrested in November this year from
Chennai, was produced in the court after the expiry of his
six-day police custody.
Apart from Rehman, other six suspected IM modules,
Mohammed Qatil Siddiqui, Gohar Aziz Khumani, Mohammed Adil,
Mohammed Irshad, Gayur Ahmed Jamali and Aftab Alam will remain
in police custody till January 5.
The court had earlier sent the six accused in police
custody after the Delhi Police sought extension of their
custody for further interrogation to gather evidence of their
involvement in the September 2010 blast near Jama Masjid here.
The court had kept pending the Bangalore and Pune
Anti-Terrorist Squad pleas for custody of Siddqui, Jamali and
All seven accused are suspected of being involved in
various terror cases, including Pune German Bakery blast,
Bangalore`s Chinnaswamy Stadium blast, the Jama Masjid
shooting and September 7 blast at the Delhi High Court.
They were arrested recently by Delhi Police from various
places in Delhi, Bihar, Chennai and elsewhere in the country.
The police is intensifying its efforts to nab 28-year-old
Yasin Bhatkal alias Imran, the alleged kingpin of the module.