Ajmer, June 14 (ANI): The Ajmer District and Sessions Court on Monday extended the police custody of three persons accused in the Ajmer bomb blast case by 14 days.
Police produced the three accused in the court here today.
"Date is given for the next 14 days. There is no chance for their bail. The other two who were arrested before will apply to get the bail first and then we will proceed ahead, said Madhusudan Sharma, defence Lawyer.
Soon after he was taken to central jail Ajmer.
"Today was the day to produce Lokesh in the court and he was being produced. As the lawyer has the full right to meet the accused, the investigating officer, Satinder Singh Ranavat produced the accused in the court on May 21 without veil and later was produced on June 1 with veil," said Madhusudan Sharma, defence Lawyer.
Two other accused Devendra Gupta and Chandrashekhar are already in the judicial custody.
The Rajasthan Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS) had arrested Devendra Gupta of Ajmer, Chandrashekhar Borad and Lokesh Sharma in connection with the Ajmer dargah bomb blast case.
The Rajasthan Anti Terrorist Squad detained Lokesh Sharma on May 14, after arresting two others, Chandrashekhar Borad and Devendra Gupta, on April 29 in connection with the blast.
A small bomb had exploded just after evening prayers on October 11, 2007, at the famed Sufi shrine, resulting in the deaths of three and injuries to 17 others.(ANI)