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Terror: 2 more in police custody till September 27

Published: 16th September 2012 12:01 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th September 2012 12:01 PM   |  A+A-

The ACMM Court on Saturday extended the police custody of two more terror suspects who were arrested by the Central Crime Branch (CCB) police till September 27. Around 4.15 pm, Obedulla- Ur-Rahman, 21, who was arrested from Hyderabad and Mohammed Akram, 22, who hails from Nanded in Maharashtra was arrested by CCB sleuths at Majestic.

They were produced before the court and the investigating officer sought an extension of custody.

According to the advocates, the defense counsel will have to wait till September 27, as after that it is expected that the court will send the accused for judicial custody.

 According to sources, Obedulla-Ur-Rahman’s brother and his brother-in-law had come to the city and after the court hearing, the CCB officials allowed them to meet him after a request.

 Another suspect Dr Nayeem Siddiqui, who was arrested at Cantonment station, will be produced before the court on Monday. The court has already extended the police custody of 11 terror suspects up to September 27.



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