Davanagere, Karnataka, Feb 2 (UNI) The custody of the two suspected terrorists Riyazuddin alias Mohammad Ghouse and Asadulla Abubakar, arrested at Honnali in the district recently was extended to another week by the Honnali magisterial court here today.
The Magistrate, before whom they were produced today, has obliged the police request to extend the custody for further investigations into the possible disruptive activities.
However, the Court refused to give body warrent to Police from Hyderabad and Central Crime Branch, sought in connection with Cinima hall bomb blast and killing of a scientists in Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore respectively.
Police will soon take decision about subjecting the two suspected terrorists to narcoanalysis tests in Bagalore to extract more information about their activities.
According to police sources, police from Karnataka, Hyderabad, Gujarat and Goa, interrogated the two during which Riyazuddin confessed that he was trained in Pakistan to carry out terror activities in India.
The two suspects, were arrested by Honnali police were moving around the town in a motorcycle they had stolen in Goa and painted on it a slogan 'Crazy to Kill', had attracted the attention of the people before the police arrested them.
The duo, before being arrested by the police, had also reportedly travelled to many other towns and cities in coastal Karantaka looking for gullible boys who could be recruited for conducting disruptive activities across the country.
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