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Patna court orders 7 days police custody of accused in Darbhanga blast case

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officials today brought back the two accused  Imran Malik alias Imran Khan and his brother Mohd. Nasir Khan alias Nasir Malik both accused in the Bihar -Darbhanga blast case after producing them before the Patna court. The Patna court ordered 7 days police custody of the accused.

The officials, it is understood, will reconstruct the scene in Hyderabad after taking accused to the places they visited, to the people whom they met. The NIA team will do intensive investigations into all details like from where the accused purchased material used for making explosives. They will also be taken to Secunderabad Railway Station from where the consignment has been booked and despatched to Darbangha.  

During enquiries by NIA officials it has come to notice that there are about 1200 garment shops in the Mallepalli area where the brothers are running clothes business.

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