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Blast accused remanded to judicial custody

The serial blast accused and former NDFB home secretary Sabin Boro and Bhutanse citizen Tenzing J Zangpu on Saturday have been remanded to judicial custody even as police is believed to have failed to get any clue.

Talking to reporters on the way to the Kamrupo CJM court on Saturday, both they they strongly denied their involvement in the serial blast.

Sabin is former NDFB home secretary, who was expelled from the outfit on January 13 he had nothing to do with the serial blast. He was arrested by SIT from the city’s Japorijog area.

Bhutanese national Tenzing J Zangpung, also said he was not aware of the incident. The general secretary with the Druk National Congress. SIT picked up him suspecting his role in the blast in the case no 1419/08.

On Saturday, the duo was remanded to ten days police custody. But believed to have received no inputs. On Saturday, both of them were produced before the court which remanded them to judicial custody.

According to reliable sources, there are no specific evidence against Boron ad Tenzing J Zangpung.
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