3 Pune blasts suspects in ATS custody till Jan 24
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A special Maharashtra Control of Organized Crime Act (MCOCA) court on Thursday remanded three persons arrested last month by the Maharashtra ATS for the serial blasts in Pune in August in police custody till January 24, while four others arrested by the Delhi police in the case were remanded in judicial custody till January 30. The police custody granted earlier ended on Thursday.
Sayyad Arif, Munib Iqbal Memon and Farooq Bagwan were arrested last month by the ATS claiming they had links with the banned Indian Mujahideen (IM). Arif was arrested from Aurangabad, and Memon and Bagwan from Pune.
The court remanded Asad Khan, Imran Khan Pathan, Irfan Landage and Firoz Sayyed arrested by Delhi police in judicial custody till January 30.
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