Aseemanand and 3 others should not be allowed out of Raj: ATS
Ajmer: Rajasthan ATS has pleaded in a
local court that Aseemanand, an activist of right-wing Hindu
group `Abhinav Bharat`, and three other accused in Ajmer
Dargah blast case should not be allowed to be taken out of the
state by other probe agencies because of security reasons.
The application was filed by the ATS yesterday before
Chief Judicial Magistrate Rekha Choudhry, who extended the
judicial custody of 59-year-old Aseemanand, Mukesh Vasani,
Harshad Solanki and Bharat Mohan Rateshver till March 15.
The four accused were produced in the court under
tight security. The ATS plea is also expected to be taken up
by the court on March 15.
The ATS is yet to file a chargesheet against the four
accused in the bomb blast case in which three persons were
killed and 15 others were injured at the dargah of Khawaja
Moinuddin Chishti in Ajmer in 2007.
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