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Jail for Burdwan blast accused

  • Rafikul Islam and Sahikul Islam (in skull cap) and four other (not in pix) alleged Jamaat-ul Mujahiden Bangaladesh (JMB) operatives arrested in connection with October 2 Burdwan blast from Barpeta produced before Chief Judicial Magistrate Court in Guwahati on 24-10-14. Pix by UB Photos
    Rafikul Islam and Sahikul Islam (in skull cap) and four other (not in pix) alleged Jamaat-ul Mujahiden Bangaladesh (JMB) operatives arrested in connection with October 2 Burdwan blast from Barpeta produced before Chief Judicial Magistrate Court in Guwahati on 24-10-14. Pix by UB Photos

A local court in Guwahati remanded 6 persons to jail on Friday after the end of police custody in the gory Burdwan explosion. Police sought them in their remand for two days. But the court sent the to the jail. They will be required to be produced before the court again on November 5. The Chief Judicial Magistrate rejected their bail petition when produced them before the court 15 days after they were arrested in this onnection. Identified as Shaikhul Islam alias Abdullah (20), Rafikul Islam (39), Md Shiraj Ali Khan (53), Jahuruddin (60), Golam Usmani (23) and Sarbesh Ali (35), they hailed from three different villages in Barpeta district.

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