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Afzal's police remand extended
By Our Staff Reporter

NEW DELHI, DEC. 29. The city magistrate extended the police remand of the main accused in the Parliament attack case, Mohammed Afzal, by 10 days. It is the second extension of Afzal's police remand. Afzal, with his three accomplices, was arrested by the Special Cell of the Delhi police on December 15 under the Prevention of Terrorism Ordinance (POTO), 2001.

Seeking further extension of his police remand, the investigating officer submitted that the accused needed to be taken to Kashmir once again to tie up loose ends. He said Afzal was taken to Kashmir during his seven-day police remand earlier and the police found several important leads in the case.

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