Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Sanjay Khanagwal allowed the Delhi Police Crime Branch's application for judicial custody of Ranjith KK, who was produced in court from police custody.
Investigating Officer S S Sandhu submitted that the accused has been on police remand for six consecutive days since his arrest on December 28 and as of now, he was not required for custodial interrogation.
On January 2, while seeking two-day police remand of Ranjith, a Leading Aircraftman with Indian Air Force posted at Bhatinda, police had informed the court that he will also be interrogated in connection with Pathankot terror attack.
The accused, who was dismissed recently from IAF, was arrested after a combined operation by Delhi Police's Crime Branch, Military Intelligence and Air Force Liaisoning Unit.

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