Kannur terror cases hearing deferred till Jan 27
Kannur: A local court today adjourned till
January 27 the trial of the 12 accused in terror-related cases
The 12 accused in various cases, including five allegedly
involved in the 2008 Bangalore serial blasts, were produced in
the court of Thalassery Additional Judge K Babu.
The cases relate to the well orchestrated terror network
by alleged Lashkar operative T Nazir, arrested recently from
the India-Bangladesh border, to recruit Keralite youths in the
LeT in Kashmir.
The Judge deferred the cases while considering a petition
by Kerala-based People`s Democratic Party activist Ramdas
Kathirur, seeking the court`s attention towards alleged
involvement of foreign powers in running the terror network in
The five accused in the Bangalore bomb blasts were
brought from a jail by a Special Investigating Team amid tight
security. The other accused are lodged in a Kannur prison.
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