NIA produces three Kashmiri students in Punjab court
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National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Wednesday produced three Kashmiri students, alleged to be members of a militant outfit, in a special court in Chandigarh, a media report said.
One of the accused, Yousuf Rafiq Bhat, is a cousin of militant leader Zakir Musa.
According to a report in The Indian Express, the court ordered the accused, including Zahid Gulzar, a resident of Awantipora, and Mohammad Idrees Shah, to remain in judicial custody.
The court fixed the next hearing on December 21, it said.
The trio were arrested from an institute by Jalandhar police. The case was later transferred to the NIA.