The Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) has sought custody of five alleged Indian Mujahideen operatives involved in the Jungli Maharaj Road serial blasts case.
State ATS chief Rakesh Maria told DNA, “We submitted a warrant in a Delhi court recently. We are in the process of getting their custody, which will take a couple of days.”
Maria said, “After getting their custody, we will question them on aspects of the case. Right now we cannot comment on this.” The Delhi police on September 26 arrested Asad Khan (33) of Aurangabad and Imran Khan (31) of Nanded in South Delhi. Sayed Feroz (38) of Pune was nabbed in Delhi. The other suspects are Irfan from Ahmednagar and Sayed Maqbool from Hyderabad.