" Both these accused had and are still conspiring to commit terrorist acts by making preparation for targeting various prominent places in India especially the national capital Delhi, it apprised the court in its plea seeking extension of the period of investigation against them to 180 days."
New Delhi, Aug 2 - A court here Saturday allowed the National Investigation Agency's (NIA) plea seeking more time for the probe in the case against two top suspected Indian Mujahideen operatives.

District Judge I.S. Mehta allowed the NIA's plea seeking a three month extension in the case against Tehsin Akhtar and Waqas alias Zia-ur-Rahman.

Earlier, NIA told the court that the two accused are still conspiring to carry out terror attacks at various places including in Delhi.

Both these accused had and are still conspiring to commit terrorist acts by making preparation for targeting various prominent places in India especially the national capital Delhi, it apprised the court in its plea seeking extension of the period of investigation against them to 180 days.

Tehsin was arrested March 25 near the India-Nepal border in West Bengal while Waqas was arrested outside the Ajmer railway station March 22. Both were wanted for planning terror strikes in the country.


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