Ajmer dargah blast accused send to 14-day judicial custody
Ajmer: A district court here on Tuesday send
Lokesh Sharma, an accused in the 2007 Ajmer dargah blast case,
to 14-day judicial custody.
Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM) awarded judicial custody
to Sharma till June 14 after ATS presented him in his court on
completion of police remand.
Soon after the order he was taken to central jail Ajmer.
Two other accused Devendra Gupta and Chandra Sekhar are
already in judicial custody in the blast case in which two
persons were killed.
Anti Terrorist Squad, Rajasthan had arrested Devendra
Gupta of Ajmer, Chandra Shekhar Leve and Lokesh Sharma of Mahu
in connection with the Ajmer dargah bomb blast case.
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