Delhi blasts: Judicial custody of Dar extended
Dar, arrested on November 9 from Srinagar, has been accused of coordinating and financing the blasts.india Updated: Feb 20, 2006 21:04 IST
A court in New Delhi on Monday extended the judicial remand of Kashmiri terrorist Tariq Ahmed Dar and four others chargesheeted in connection with the Delhi serial blasts.
Dar, Md Hussain Fazili and Md Rafiq Shah, chargesheeted in the Sarojini Nagar Market blasts, were produced before the court of Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Seema Maini.
The two other accused, Ghulam Ahmed Khan and Farooq Ahmed, named along with Dar in an earlier chargesheet regarding hawala transactions to finance the blasts, were also produced before the court.
Sarojini Nagar chargesheet have accused the three of offences under Sections 302 (murder), 30(attempt to murder), 121 (waging war against Government of India), 121-A (conspiracy to wage war against Government of India) and 120-B (Criminal Conspiracy) of IPC and some provisions of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.
Dar, arrested on November 9 from Srinagar, has been accused of coordinating and financing the blasts.
He allegedly hatched the plot along with two Lashker Commanders in Jammu and Kashmir Abu Algama and Abu Huzefa, who was recently killed in an encounter in Srinagar.
First Published: Feb 20, 2006 21:04 IST