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City court remands Jabrail Khan to 2-days judicial custody

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New Delhi, Apr 25 (UNI) A city court today extended the remand period of Mohammad Jabrail Khan, the cook of Anees Ibrahim, to two-days judicial custody.

Jabrail was arrested by the Delhi police on April 11 for cheating, forgery as well as offence under the provisions of the Passport Act.

Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate (ACMM) Kamini Lau, remanded Khan to judicial custody till April 27. The bail application of Khan would also come up for hearing on April 27 -- the next date of hearing in this case.

Khan was arrested by the Delhi Police from IGI airport on April 11, after he arrived here from Karachi while allegedly travelling with forged stamps on the passport.

He told the interrogators that the global terrorist and mastermind of 1993 Mumbai serial blasts Dawood Ibrahim used to visit his brother Anees in Karachi.

Khan came back to India after Anees threw him out of job due to medical reasons, the sources said.

Khan, a native of Bahriach in Uttar Pradesh, was residing in Karachi for several years and was employed by Anees.

He was arrested under sections 420 (Cheating), 468 (Forgery for the purpose of Cheating), 471 (Using Forged documents as Genuine) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and 12 of Passport Act.

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