Bangalore blasts: Warrant against accused

BANGALORE: In connection with the Chinnaswamy stadium twin blasts case, the first Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court issued body warrant against suspected accused behind the case,

Published: 09th March 2012 02:23 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:31 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: In connection with the Chinnaswamy stadium twin blasts case, the first Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Court issued body warrant against suspected accused behind the case, Tanveer alias Gani.

Gani, a native of Bihar, was arrested by the Delhi police recently. When the city police had taken the other suspected accused of the case, Gayur Ahmed Jamali, into their custody recently, he had revealed that Gani was his associate. Following this, the city police wanted to question Gani, and had requested the court to issue body warrant against him.

On Thursday, the court issued body warrant against Gani, who is in the custody of Delhi police, and a team led by CCB ACP Nyamagouda left to Delhi in the night. It is expected that the team will be back in the city on Tuesday.

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