According to sources, Davinder Singh has been brought on a transit remand. A formal remand from the NIA court for interrogation will be taken on Thursday.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Friday requested custody of two youths arrested for Maoist links from Kozhikode saying it was required to reach a logical conclusion in the probe.
The NIA can now interrogate Singh thoroughly to find out the real motive of the terrorists and his links to Hizbul Mujahideen and other terrorist organisations.
He was arrested by police in the wake of protests against the CAA and handed over to the NIA in a case registered with Chandmari police station pertaining to his alleged links with the CPI (Maoist).
The FIR registered by Kerala Police stated that three youths were found moving in a suspicious manner in Peruman Perummal area of Kozhikode around 6.45 pm on November 1.
In January 2019, the NIA found that a group of Keralites working in Qatar joined the rebel terror groups in Syria, which is fighting the forces in the country.
The NIA took over the probe into the theft from the state police considering national security and the espionage angle.
Fifteen personnel of the police's QRT and a civilian driver were killed in a landmine blast carried out by Naxals under a small bridge near Jambhulkheda village in Gadchiroli on May 1.
The NIA has registered the case after the terrorists on May 15 this year lobbed grenades at the security personnel in Guwahati's RG Baruah Road injuring 12 persons.
NIA officials said that Ran Singh was arrested by the Custom Department from the Thar Express in Rajasthan while he was travelling from Pakistan to India with fake notes worth Rs 94,000.
The second day will focus on countries building government and industry commitment to cooperate on safeguards against terrorism financing in the development of new technologies.
The officials reportedly seized Mohammed Ajmal's mobile phone, sim cards, some objectionable pamphlets, and some ‘undisclosed’ documents.
The searches are underway at two places: GM Nagar and Lorry Pettai in Ukkadam.
Sources further said that the letter could be a hoax. But given the heightened threat perception, no chance is being taken and security reviews are being carried out.
The anonymous letter says that All India Lashkar, based out of Kozhikode, Kerala, might target Kohli and prominent politicians, said a source.