A suspected Lashkar-e-Toiba terrorist arrested in the capital was remanded in police custody for 14 days by a Delhi Court on Wednesday.
Mohd Aslam alias Saleem was produced before Metropolitan Magistrate Manish Yaduvanshi who sent him for custodial interrogation till September 9.
Seeking his police remand, the prosecution submitted that Aslam was allegedly carrying explosives in sweet boxes to be delivered to his accomplices in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra.
"He has disclosed names of his two associates who are still to be identified and located. He has links in Gujarat and Maharashtra," public prosecutor Rajiv Mohan said.
Aslam was also alleged to have been involved in cases in Gujarat and Maharashtra.
"Accused is prayed for custodial interrogation for the purpose of obtaining further inputs. He is to be taken to Aurangabad. His previous involvement in the cases in Maharashtra and Gujarat are to be ascertained so he is sent to police custody till September 9," the court said.
The 27-year-old suspected sleuths of Delhi Police's Special Cell apprehended terrorist, a resident of Jammu and Kashmir, yesterday. He was found carrying detonators and chemicals.
A Pakistani passport bearing the name Yusuf was also recovered from him.