Guwahati: NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary, a prime
accused in the October 2008 serial blasts in Assam, was on Tuesday handed over to Udalguri police by a district court.
The National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) leader
was produced before the court of Sonitpur sub-divisional
judicial magistrate Moushumi Dey after his remand ended today.
Later, he was handed over to Udalguri police by
sub-divisional magistrate M Sultana in connection with an
attack on a police station in that district in 1995 and
killing several policemen.
Daimary was produced before the court after his three
days` police custody in connection with the killing of 12
people in Bhimajuli area of Sonitpur district ended.
His lawyer told reporters in Udalguri that Daimary could
not be produced before a court today as people in large number
from his ancestral village Odola Kahibari (in Udalguri)
carrying banners and placards demonstrated in the court area.
He would be produced before Udalguri court tomorrow.
Daimary, who was handed over by Bangladesh on May 1, was
produced before the court the next day and was remanded in 12
days` police custody at the expiry of which he was further
remanded in two days custody till May 16 in connection with
the killing of Bodo Sahitya Sabha president Bineshwar Brahma
On May 16, he was remanded in nine days` CBI custody in
connection with the serial blasts. Daimary was remanded in
five days` judicial custody on May 25 in connection with the
killing of Colonel Perumal in 2008 at Bhalukpong bordering