Indian Mujahideen suspects Tehsin Akhtar alias Monu and Pakistani national Waqas alias Zia-ur-Rehman were Monday sent to judicial custody till May 8 in connection with the 2013 blasts in Dilsukhnagar, Hyderabad.
Three suspected Indian Mujahideen operatives, who were interrogated by the NIA for their alleged involvement in the February 21 blasts in Hyderabad, were on Wednesday remanded in judicial custody till April 3 by a Delhi court.
While investigating agencies are still groping in the dark to get vital leads about the last month’s multiple blasts in Hyderabad, it was reported on Monday that the bicycle used in the incident was assembled by terrorists.
In a fresh effort to break the logjam over the National Counter Terrorism Centre, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Friday offered to work with states to evolve a consensus on this crucial security measure.
NBWs were issued by a Delhi court against Indian Mujahideen founder Riyaz Bhatkal and nine other operatives of the banned outfit in connection with the February 21 Hyderabad twin blasts which claimed 16 lives.