Guwahati: NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary,
prime accused in the 2008 Assam serial blasts that claimed 92
lives, was sent to judicial custody after his nine days CBI
remand ended on Tuesday.
Daimary, who was produced amid tight security at a
camp court set up at the Guwahati Central Jail, was remanded
in judicial custody by Chief Judicial Magistrate Robin Phukan
after CBI did not seek his further custody.
Assam Police had sought his custody in connection with
the killing of 12 people at Bhimajuli in Sonitpur district
On May 16, Daimary was remanded in nine days of CBI
custody in connection with the serial blasts after his two
days police custody in connection with the killing of Bodo
Sahitya Sabha president Bineshwar Brahma at Bashista in 2000
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 on May 14 following which he was further remanded
in police custody for two days.