Suspended Jammu And Kashmir Cop Davinder Singh Sent To Police Custody Till April 3

Special Judge Ajay Kumar Jain extended Singh's custody after Delhi Police said that he was required to be confronted with other accused - Javed Iqbal, Syed Naveed Mushtaq and Imran Shafi Mir - arrested in the case.

Suspended Jammu And Kashmir Cop Davinder Singh Sent To Police Custody Till April 3

The court also directed the police to conduct his medical examination every 48 hours. (File)

New Delhi:

Jammu and Kashmir Police officer Davinder Singh, who was arrested while ferrying two Hizb-ul-Mujahideen terrorists in a vehicle on the Srinagar-Jammu Highway earlier this year, has been sent to further custodial interrogation by a Delhi court till April 3.

Special Judge Ajay Kumar Jain extended Singh's custody after Delhi Police said that he was required to be confronted with other accused - Javed Iqbal, Syed Naveed Mushtaq and Imran Shafi Mir - arrested in the case.

"Heard the IO (investigating officer) and peruses the record. Police custody is granted for further interrogation and identification of other accomplices and confrontation with other co-accused," the judge said.

The court also directed the police to conduct his medical examination after every 48 hours.

The police sought Singh's further custody, saying that the confrontation and further interrogation was required to unearth the larger conspiracy and role of the accused, to trace the details of financial transaction, to verify and trace other offenders.

It also told the court that the custody was required to establish the identity of main handler, defence advocate Prashant Prakash said.

Davinder Singh was suspended from the Jammu and Kashmir Police in January this year.

The Special Cell had brought Davinder Singh to Delhi from Hira Nagar Jail in Jammu and Kashmir.

Earlier the court had sent Syed Naveed Mushtaq and others to police custody till April 3 after the police said that he and other co accused were planning to execute terror attacks in Delhi and other parts of the country and targeted killings of protected person.

While seeking Mushtaq's custody, police had alleged that the accused was commander of Shopian district of Hizbul Mujahiddeen through his handler based in Pakistan.

The police said the accused used to chat with other co-accused and terrorists through various internet platforms, including darknet chat.

The Delhi Police has filed a first information under Section 120B of IPC. The FIR said that the youths of Jammu and Kashmir and Punjab are being trained for carrying out terrorist activities.
 

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