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CBI to take custody of George Bodo

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GUWAHATI, Jan 8 � The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is expected to take dreaded 'deputy commander-in-chief' of the banned NDFB George Bodo alias B Jwangkhang in its custody tomorrow for questioning.

George is one of the prime accused in the October 30, 2008 serial blasts and has already been charge-sheeted by the CBI.

A team of CBI today brought George to Guwahati from the Nalbari Jail after securing transit remand of 24 hours.

Sources informed that the CBI would seek 10 days custody of the militant leader, who is expected to be produced tomorrow at the Court of Special Judicial Magistrate, Kamrup. Advocate Manas Sarania will appear on behalf of the accused.

George was arrested by security forces from Assam-Mizoram border on December 12 last year. He was then remanded to 14 days police custody on the strength of Basistha Police Station case number 439/10, which relates to an extortion demand of Rs 20 lakh.

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CBI to take custody of George Bodo

GUWAHATI, Jan 8 � The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) is expected to take dreaded 'deputy commander-in-chief' of the banned NDFB George Bodo alias B Jwangkhang in its custody tomorrow for questioning.

George is one of the prime accused in the October 30, 2008 serial blasts and has already been charge-sheeted by the CBI.

A team of CBI today brought George to Guwahati from the Nalbari Jail after securing transit remand of 24 hours.

Sources informed that the CBI would seek 10 days custody of the militant leader, who is expected to be produced tomorrow at the Court of Special Judicial Magistrate, Kamrup. Advocate Manas Sarania will appear on behalf of the accused.

George was arrested by security forces from Assam-Mizoram border on December 12 last year. He was then remanded to 14 days police custody on the strength of Basistha Police Station case number 439/10, which relates to an extortion demand of Rs 20 lakh.

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