NDFB chief Daimary remanded in 2 more days of police custody
NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary was on Friday remanded in two more days of police custody in a connection with the killing of Bodo Sahitya Sabha president Bineshwar Brahma at Bashista in 2000.
Guwahati: NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary was
on Friday remanded in two more days of police custody in a
connection with the killing of Bodo Sahitya Sabha president
Bineshwar Brahma at Bashista in 2000.
Though the police sought a remand of 14 days in the
case, Kamrup Chief Judicial Magistrate Robin Phukan, who
presided over a camp court in the Guwahati Central Jail,
allowed two days after the 12-day custody of Daimary ended.
Phukan also directed the authorities to ensure that
a medical check-up was conducted on Daimary every 48 hours.
Daimary was arrested in Bangladesh and handed over to
Indian authorities on May one. He was produced the next day
before the CJM who remanded him in 12 days of police custody
which ended today.
Daimary, was brought to the camp court amid tight
security. The Special Branch had petitioned the state home
department for setting up a camp court to produce Daimary for
Daimary was represented by five lawyers including
Sabda Rabha and Manas Sarania. Earlier lawyers had announced
that they would not provide legal assistance to Daimary in
protest against the October 30, 2008 serial blasts in Assam in
which several lawyers were among the 92 people killed.
Daimary`s elder brother Subodh Daimary, sister-in-law
Usha Daimary and wife`s sister Nilima Brahma were also allowed
to meet him.
His brother told reporters that the NDFB chief
appeared to be well and did not have any complaint.