Ahmedabad blasts: Four remanded to police custody till June 25
A local court in Ahmedabad sent four suspected Indian Mujahideen members, brought on transit remand from Delhi in connection with Ahmedabad serial blasts, to police custody till June 25.india Updated: Jun 14, 2009 21:45 IST
A local court in Ahmedabad on Sunday sent four suspected Indian Mujahideen members, brought on transit remand from Delhi in connection with Ahmedabad serial blasts, to police custody till June 25.
City crime branch investigating the serial blast cases produced Zeeshan Ahmed, Saquib Nissar, Mohammed Shakeel and Zia-ur Rehman before the metropolitan magistrate DM Patel.
The four are also accused of the serial blasts in national capital last year which killed 26 people.
Police sought custody of four accused to investigate their role in a case registered with Kalol police station of Gandhinagar where live bombs were recovered last year.
The serial blasts that rocked the city on July 26, 2008 claimed 57 lives and injured scores of others.
This is for the second time that the Gujarat police had taken the custody of serial blasts accused for unraveling the conspiracy behind the synchronized Ahmedabad blasts.
In all 20 FIRs have been registered in connection with the serial blasts in various police stations of the city.
Chargesheets have been filed in most of the cases.