Bangalore: Court extends custody of two held for ‘terror plot’
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The Bangalore police were given a three-day extension of the custody of two of the 14 youths arrested in connection with an alleged terror plot by a court here on Thursday.
The police said that they needed the duo, Mohammed Akram, 22, and Obedullah ur Rehman, 21, to access password-protected attachments in email accounts.
Eleven others, produced in court on Thursday at the end of a 28-day police custody, were sent to judicial custody. The police custody of another co-accused, Dr Nayeem Siddique, will end on September 29.
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