Gulbarga, Apr 17 (UNI) A Lashkar-e-Taiba militant, arrested here on March 31, was today remanded in judicial custody till April 20 by the first class Magistrate court.
Superintendent of Police Dr K Ramachandra Rao told UNI that Abdul Rehman, who was in police custody, was produced before the court today following completion of investigation.
The militant was taken to Bangalore, Ahmedabad and Goa as part of investigation, he added.
Rehman was arrested from Gulbarga's Jelenabad area on March 31 last and an AK-47, two hand grenades, a mobile, some audio and video cassettes and printed material in Urdu were recovered from him.
During interrogation, the 31-year-old Rehman had revealed that he had come to the city to influence the youth to join the Jehad movement in Pakistan and also planned to destroy vital installations and create terror by throwing hand grenades in busy localities.
Rehman had rented a room in Gulbarga's Jelanabad area to fulfil his task.
After a 13-month rigorous training under the LeT in Muzaffarabad in PoK (Pakistan-occupied Kashmir), Rehman had entered India from Jammu and Kashmir border in 2004 on a fake passport UNI BSR/DP RG RR RN2054