Nur-ul-Haq remanded to 14 days of NIA custody


Kolkata: Nur-ul-Haq, the prime accused in Khagragarh blast case has been remanded to 14 days of NIA custody till July 3. Nur-ul-Haq is believed to be a member of Bangladesh based Islamic terror outfit Jamat-ul-Mujahideen (JMB). He was arrested from the city after the investigating agency received a tip off. He will be produced at the court on Thursday.

In October, 2014 a blast rocked Burdwan’s Khagragarh in October 2014 in which two people were killed. The investigation  had been handed over to NIA after terror connection was found in the blast.

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