Jundal not required for further interrogation: NIA

Last Updated: Saturday, October 20, 2012 - 17:26

New Delhi: The custodial interrogation of Abu Jundal, a 26/11 key handler and LeT terrorist, has been completed, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) told a Delhi court on Saturday.
The NIA stated this before Special CBI Judge Talwant Singh when Jundal was produced before the court after expiry of NIA`s remand which was granted on October 8.

The court sent Jundal to judicial custody till November 3 accepting the NIA`s submission that he was not required for further custodial interrogation.

The NIA had earlier sought Jundal`s custody in connection with an FIR registered earlier this year following unearthing of a Lashkar-e-Toiba`s (LeT) conspiracy for terror strikes across the country. The designated NIA court had also issued production warrants against Jundal.
Jundal had earlier claimed before the court that he was "tortured" physically and mentally during the probe by various agencies since his arrest in June this year.

He had said that he had already disclosed the facts which were within his knowledge to the other probe agencies.

Jundal had earlier been handed over to ATS Mumbai after the Delhi Police had said that he was no longer required to be interrogated by it in the Jama Masjid attack case.

Mumbai ATS had wanted him in connection with the 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case, the 26/11 Mumbai mayhem, the 2010 German bakery blast and the Nasik Academy attack.

Jundal was brought back to Delhi by Mumbai ATS which had produced him before a magisterial court here on October 4.


the delhi police had earlier filed a charge sheet against jundal accusing him of being involved in terror activities across india to avenge atrocities muslims, particularly those committed during 2002 gujarat riots.

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First Published: Saturday, October 20, 2012 - 16:28

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