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Back home, Areeb, who is under judicial custody at the Arthur Road Jail in Mumbai has also expressed his willingness to further pursue a course in engineering.
The police had filed an application for judicial custody in court.
He is currently in judicial custody at Jodhpur Central Jail.
LAHORE -- At least 36 suspected people arrested so far in the city over charges of rioting and destroying the public property, have been sent to jail in judicial custody for 14 days, reported a private TV channel.
3 -- Former Goa Tourism Minister Francisco Pacheco alias 'Mickky', evading arrest for the last 29 days in Nadia Torrado's death episode as the prime suspect, was remanded to two-day judicial custody immediately after he surrendered before the Chief Judicial Magistrate in Margao, even as he moved for an interim bail in another sessions court.
The transfer of the accused from police to judicial custody is a sign the investigation is completed and that police are ready to submit their case for a regular hearing.
Bajaj, who had voluntarily traveled to New Delhi to further cooperate with the police on this case, was arrested and today sent into judicial custody without bail until December 24.
Mehdi Masroor Biswas, who was arrested for tweeting on behalf of the terrorist organisation IS, was remanded in judicial custody on Friday by a Bengaluru court after the police said that they had completed his interrogation.