Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) Special Judge Yogendra Ram Gupta ordered the remand of Shakeel, Mohammad Mueed and Mustaqeem, arrested on charges of terrorist activities, to seven days in ATS custody on Friday. The custody period of these accused will start from 6 pm on July 16.
He has given this order while accepting the application of Sanjay Verma, the investigator of this case and Deputy Superintendent of Police of ATS. On July 15, the special court of ATS sent the accused to judicial custody. Also, the date of July 16 was fixed for hearing on the application for sending him to police custody. During the hearing on the application of the police on Friday, the three accused appeared before the court through video conference from the jail.
The ATS said that the accused had bought arms and cartridges from Kanpur, Lodhi, Ghaziabad, Chandauli and Muzaffarnagar. They have to mark those places. The place where Mohammad Mueed had provided pistol and cartridges to an alleged terrorist in Lucknow, that place is also to be marked and a ‘Point Out Memo’ is to be prepared.
knowing the right facts
According to the ATS, the three accused have to face-to-face with the alleged terrorists Minhaj and Musiruddin, who were already in ATS custody, to get information about the correct facts. The data of the mobile recovered from them is to be obtained from the Forensic Science Laboratory and analyzed and also to recover the facts. The ATS said in the court that the accused are also to be interrogated on other important points related to the investigation to address the imminent danger.
The ATS said that the information of other members involved in this incident is to be obtained. It is also to be ascertained from them whether any parallel module of terrorism is not working. They are to be questioned in detail on all these points, so the application should be granted to give them in police custody for 10 days.
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