Arrested accused Maulana Mohammad Abdul Rahman and Zafar Masood, were produced before Additional Sessions Judge Reetesh Singh and the Special Cell of Delhi Police moved an application seeking 12-day police remand.
    
The police told the court that both the accused were required to be interrogated at length to unearth the entire conspiracy and to ascertain the identity of other persons in the module.
    
"I am satisfied that custodial interrogation of both the accused for a period of 12 days is warranted. Both the accused are remanded to police custody for 12 days," the judge said.
    
According to the police, Rehman runs a Madrasa in UP where several students were enrolled and he was trying to radicalise them for terror activities. It said that Masood was also propagating terror agenda of the al Qaeda among the youths and was trying to attract them towards the terror outfit.
    
Besides these two, accused Mohammed Asif, who was arrested earlier, is already in police custody till December 28. While Asif (41), was held from Seelampur in northeast Delhi, Rahman (37) was arrested from Jagatpur area of Cuttack in Odisha, police had said.

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