The case dates back to September 2010, when two motorcycle-borne persons fired at Taiwanese nationals outside Jama Masjid’s gate number 3.
The police had chargesheeted these suspected IM members, including its co-founder Yasin Bhatkal, in connection with the 2010 Jama Masjid blast case and said these operatives had carried out the strike to dissuade foreign nations from participating in the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games.
Bhatkal alleged he is being denied “proper medical attention” and cooked food, especially during Ramzan
Bhatkal alleged physical harassment in the prison, while urging the court to direct a probe by the CBI and the Anti Corruption Branch in this regard.
Five cases were lodged in connection with the blasts at Gaffar Market in Karol Bagh, Barakhamba Road in Connaught Place, besides the one in Greater Kailash and recovery of a bomb near India Gate.
“Apart from them, production warrants were also issued for an accused lodged in Tihar jail in New Delhi and two others in Parappana Agrahara central jail in Bangalore,” the official added.
The court observed that the case was rare because of the manner in which the accused conspired and planned to place bombs and ‘create mayhem and terror’.
Eighteen people were killed in the twin blast at Dilsukhnagar in Hyderabad on February 21, 2013.
Siddibapa, cousin of Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal, was held at Indira Gandhi International Airport on May 20 after his arrival from Dubai.
Ahmed was arrested by the NIA on Thursday for allegedly being part of the JKH, a self-declared affiliate of the Islamic State run on the directions of former Indian Mujahideen operative Shafi Armar.
Yasin and others appealed to the court to direct jail authorities to keep them under round the clock CCTV surveillance.
The mother of Indian Mujahideen operative Yasin Bhatkal has expressed apprehension that her son may be killed in a fake encounter that may be staged as his attempt to escape from prison.
“He is housed in a high-security jail where it is not possible to smuggle in a mobile phone from which he could have called. It is impossible,’’ DGP Prisons V K Singh said on Saturday.
A US-based NRI multi-millionaire and his wife are helping locals in the hometown in Karnataka develop job skills.
Explosives and circuitry match with a small quantity of explosives and bomb equipment found abandoned in an apartment in Mangalore.