Hyderabad: National Investigation Agency prosecutors, while arguing for the custody of the five arrested ISIS men at a local court, stated that they needed to interrogate the suspects in order to unearth sleeper cells and other members of the terror module who were still at large.
The NIA said the accused – Mohammed Ibrahim Yazdani alias Ibbu, Habeeb Mohammed alias Sir, Mohammed Ilyas Yazdani, Abdullah Bin Ahmed Al Amoodi and Muzaffar Hussain Rizwan — needed to be taken to Maharashtra and Rajasthan, and it also wanted to question them on possibility of recovering explosives.
Following the custody petition, the Fourth Additional Metropo-litan Sessions Judge K. Rajkumar granted 12 days’ custody of the five remanded suspects to NIA and directed the accused be produced before court on July 12.
The judge also warned against torture techniques and to allow the advocate of the accused to visit them. TS Intelligence said out of six people who were released on Wednesday, three are under surveillance....