Mysore, Oct 20 (UNI) The hearing of two Pakistani terrorists and their seven accomplices was put off till November 19 by the III Additional District Judge here today.
Fahad, Mohd Ali Hussain and their seven associates, arrested in Mysore two years ago, were produced before the court amid tight security. However, after a brief hearing, judge M G Uma adjourned the hearing.
The Judge asked the police to submit before the court the medical report within next five days about health condition of one of the accomplice Mohd Koya, who's lawyer had earlier appealed that his client was deranged and needed treatment.
The other aides include Abdul Khadar, Khalid Raja, Sadiq Sharif, Nanjappa, Gopal Ismail and Rafiq Mohd Koya.
Fahad and Hussain were brought from Bangalore, where they are lodged in a high security jail. There was a heavy police security in the court premises here, in view of the hearing. A metal detector was also installed at the entrance of the court hall.
Fahad and Hussein were arrested two years back while allegedly planning to install bombs at the Central Institute Of Indian Languages (CIIL) and other important buildings in the city. During investigation, they had confessed to having also planned to blast the Vidhana Soudha and Vikas Soudha, the Secretariat buildings in Bangalore. The duo were also wanted in connection with several killings in Jammu and Kashmir earlier.
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