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Daimary remanded to 12-day police custody

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 2 � NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary was today produced before the Court of Chief judicial Magistrate(CJM), Kamrup where he was remanded to 12 days of police custody.

Assam Police�s Special Operation Unit (SOU) had sought 14 days of police custody on the strength of the SOU case number 2/98 under Sec 384 of IPC read with Sec 10(13) of Unlawful Activities (Prevention Act).

SOU case number 2/98 relates to possession of illegal arms and cash, besides charges carrying out extortion drives as a banned outfit.

All the arrested top ULFA leaders, it may be mentioned, were also booked under the same sections.

Charges relating to the October 30 serial blasts, where Daimary has been named as the prime conspirator, besides several other acts of terror are likely to be framed in a phased manner once the 12 days� police remand secured by the SOU is over.

The most-wanted terrorist was brought to the CJM Court around 4:45 this afternoon in a Safari car (AS-OI-5774) amidst tight security arrangements and once the court proceedings were over, he was immediately taken back to the Special Branch Headquarters at Kahilipara.

While the Assam Police was represented by Government counsel Minati Saikia, no legal counsel was seen representing the dreaded NDFB leader.

Daimary, a prime accused in the October 30 serial blasts, was handed over to the State police on Saturday.

Meanwhile, nine persons were picked up by the police for allegedly shouting pro-NDFB slogans when the NDFB chief was being produced before the court. Police even had to resort to lathicharge to control the group.

Anjali Daimary, sister of the NDFB leader, was also present in the CJM Court premises but was not allowed to meet the arrested leader.

Meanwhile, two NDFB cadres were arrested from near the Chandmari area today. The duo have been identified as Arshi and Ritul Daimary.

Additional SP (City) Longnit Terang confirmed the arrest and the informed that the duo were being questioned.

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Daimary remanded to 12-day police custody

GUWAHATI, May 2 � NDFB chief Ranjan Daimary was today produced before the Court of Chief judicial Magistrate(CJM), Kamrup where he was remanded to 12 days of police custody.

Assam Police�s Special Operation Unit (SOU) had sought 14 days of police custody on the strength of the SOU case number 2/98 under Sec 384 of IPC read with Sec 10(13) of Unlawful Activities (Prevention Act).

SOU case number 2/98 relates to possession of illegal arms and cash, besides charges carrying out extortion drives as a banned outfit.

All the arrested top ULFA leaders, it may be mentioned, were also booked under the same sections.

Charges relating to the October 30 serial blasts, where Daimary has been named as the prime conspirator, besides several other acts of terror are likely to be framed in a phased manner once the 12 days� police remand secured by the SOU is over.

The most-wanted terrorist was brought to the CJM Court around 4:45 this afternoon in a Safari car (AS-OI-5774) amidst tight security arrangements and once the court proceedings were over, he was immediately taken back to the Special Branch Headquarters at Kahilipara.

While the Assam Police was represented by Government counsel Minati Saikia, no legal counsel was seen representing the dreaded NDFB leader.

Daimary, a prime accused in the October 30 serial blasts, was handed over to the State police on Saturday.

Meanwhile, nine persons were picked up by the police for allegedly shouting pro-NDFB slogans when the NDFB chief was being produced before the court. Police even had to resort to lathicharge to control the group.

Anjali Daimary, sister of the NDFB leader, was also present in the CJM Court premises but was not allowed to meet the arrested leader.

Meanwhile, two NDFB cadres were arrested from near the Chandmari area today. The duo have been identified as Arshi and Ritul Daimary.

Additional SP (City) Longnit Terang confirmed the arrest and the informed that the duo were being questioned.