Court extends judicial custody of IM operative till 5 June
National Investigation Agency (NIA) Special Judge I.S. Mehta, in an in-camera hearing, extended judicial custody of Sultan, 55, after he was presented before the court on the expiry of his custody.
New Delhi: A Delhi court on Thursday extended judicial custody of Indian Mujahideen (IM) operative Faizan Ahmed Sultan till June 5.
National Investigation Agency (NIA) Special Judge IS Mehta, in an in-camera hearing, extended judicial custody of Sultan, 55, after he was presented before the court on the expiry of his custody.
Sultan was deported from Sharjah to Delhi 2 May by the NIA and brought before a special judge 3 May. NIA sources claimed Sultan provided hiding places to the top leadership of the IM since 2008. His name was disclosed by an arrested IM operative and later by IM co-founder Yasin Bhatkal.
Sultan was active in 2008 when the IM carried out a series of bombings in the country. NIA has booked him as an accused in cases of carrying out terror strikes in India.
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