Four SIMI activists to appear in B'lore court
Four SIMI activists arrested on March 27 including its Madhya Pradesh Chief Safdar Nagori, have been sent to Bangalore to appear in a court on Tuesday, jail authorities said.
The four activists of the banned outfit are Shahduli, Mohammad Yaseen, Munroz and Ansar Abdul Razzaq.
A four member Karnataka police team came in Indore to take the four SIMI activists to Bangalore, sources said.
All the four have to appear in a court at Hubli on Tuesday.
Earlier, five arrested SIMI activists were also taken to Bangalore for questioning by the Karnataka police, sources said.
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