A Hyderabad Court on Saturday sent one of the Islamic State terror suspects arrested in Hyderabad in June this year to judicial custody till July 26.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA), which is probing the case, produced one of the suspects before Nampally Court in Hyderabad today where the verdict was given.
Earlier this month, NIA made some stark revelations about the way the five ISIS sympathisers, who were arrested in Hyderabad in an anti-terror raid on June 29, were planning to launch a terror attack in India.
According to NIA, one of the five suspects, Fahad had procured 9 Aircel pre-activated SIM cards from a promotional temporary stall at Charminar bus stop in Hyderabad. He had also purchased 5 mobile phones from a mobile shop at Charminar bus stop for their planning and operations.
Reports further state that while the other accused Ilyas had purchased weighing machine
from shop at Bibi Baazaar for weighing explosive precursors and chemicals for making homemade bombs, Ibrahim used a secure encryption mail to be in touch with his handler abroad.