Mum: IM operative sent to JC in fake currency case
Haroon, an alleged member of Indian Mujahideen, arrested in a fake currency case, was sent to judicial custody by a local court.
Mumbai: Haroon Rashid Abdul Hamid Naik, an
alleged member of Indian Mujahideen, arrested in a fake
currency case, was on Friday sent to judicial custody by a local
Haroon was produced before Mazgaon Magistrate M P Bage,
who remanded him in judicial custody till September 30.
Earlier, Haroon and his aide Asrar Ahmed Abdul Hamid
Tailor alias Sagri, a computer trainer and also a suspected IM
member, were remanded in ATS custody in the same case.
The duo have also been questioned for their suspected
involvement in the July 13 serial blasts of Mumbai.
According to ATS, Asrar had confessed to his involvement
in distribution of fake currency notes along with Haroon, to
whom he had imparted computer training.
Haroon had sent Asrar to Pakistan for terror training in
2000, they said.