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Burdwan blast accused in NIA custody

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KOLKATA, Jan 3 � Three persons arrested in Assam for alleged connection with the Burdwan blast, were today remanded to eight days� NIA custody by a city court which sent eight other accused to judicial custody till January 16, reports PTI.

Officiating chief judge at Bankshall Court GC Talukdar remanded Saiful Islam, Rafikul Islam and Sahanur Alam, who were brought on a production warrant by this court from Gauhati Central Jail, till January 9.

National Investigation Agency counsel Shyamal Ghosh prayed for their custody for 10 days submitting that they were directly involved in the Burdwan case, wherein an accidental blast on October 2 revealed an international terror link, and that they trained jihadi elements.

Ghosh also alleged that they were found to have connection with Bangladeshi terror outfit JMB.

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Burdwan blast accused in NIA custody

KOLKATA, Jan 3 � Three persons arrested in Assam for alleged connection with the Burdwan blast, were today remanded to eight days� NIA custody by a city court which sent eight other accused to judicial custody till January 16, reports PTI.

Officiating chief judge at Bankshall Court GC Talukdar remanded Saiful Islam, Rafikul Islam and Sahanur Alam, who were brought on a production warrant by this court from Gauhati Central Jail, till January 9.

National Investigation Agency counsel Shyamal Ghosh prayed for their custody for 10 days submitting that they were directly involved in the Burdwan case, wherein an accidental blast on October 2 revealed an international terror link, and that they trained jihadi elements.

Ghosh also alleged that they were found to have connection with Bangladeshi terror outfit JMB.