The city police on Friday secured the custody of Indian Mujahideen co-founder Yasin Bhatkal for 10 days.

The police had filed a petition with the special NIA court in Delhi seeking his custody in connection with Chinnaswamy stadium blasts hours before the IPL cricket match between Royal Challengers and Mumbai Indians here in April 2010.

Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) Hemanth Nimbalkar said Yaseen Bhatkal would be brought to Bangalore for questioning.

The police had filed a petition before the NIA court with a Magistrate court’s production warrant issued against him.

A team of police led by an Assistant Commissioner of Police is camping in Delhi to bring him back to Bangalore soon.

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