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Remand of two accused in Ajmer blast extended till Nov 23

india Updated: Nov 09, 2010 17:22 IST

A local court on Tuesday extended till November 23 the police remand of the two accused in 2007 Ajmer Dargah bomb blast.

Chief judicial magistrate Ratan Lal Moond has extended the police remand of Mukesh Vasni and Harshad Bhai Solanki.

ATS presented the two, who were arrested in the beginning of this month, in the CJM Court. On November 16, District and Session Judge Court will hear on the application of another accused Chandrasekhar, in which he had requested not to transfer the case for trial in another court from DJM court.

This application was presented by Chandrasekhar's lawyer on November 8. A 806-page charge sheet was filed by the Rajasthan ATS before the court of the Additional CJM here on October 22 against Lave, Lokesh Sharma, Devendra Gupta -- allegedly linked to radical Hindu group Abhinav Bharat, Sandeep Dange and Ramji Kalsangre.

While Gupta and Sharma are in Hyderabad Jail, Dange and Ramji Kalsangre remain to be traced.

Two others -- Vasni and Solanki --arrested recently from Gujarat in connection with the Dargah blast, which killed three persons and left 15 injured, will be produced before the CJM court on Wednesday.

The ATS detained Vasani, an anti-cow slaughter activist, from Godhra town of Gujarat, on November 3.

Solanki, alias Munna alias Raj alias Daadhi Bhai, was arrested in Vadodara on November 1 and brought to Rajasthan for questioning.

Solanki, according to police, was also involved in the 2002 Best Bakery riot case in Vadodara and had been absconding since 2004.