National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) chief Ranjan Daimary, prime accused in the Assam serial blasts of 2008 which claimed 92 lives, was on Saturday handed over to police for three days for interrogating him in connection with the killing of an Army official.
He was produced before the Sub Judicial Magistrate at Bishwanath Chariali who remanded him in three days police custody at Rangapara for interrogation in connection with the killing of Colonel Perumal in 2008 at Bhalukpong bordering Arunachal Pradesh.
Daimary was remanded in judicial custody on May 25 after the CBI custody of nine days. His judicial remand ended today.
The NDFB chief was sent to nine days CBI custody on May 16 in connection with the serial blasts after his two days of police custody in connection with the killing of Bodo Sahitya Sabha president, Bineshwar Brahma, had ended.
Daimary was arrested in Bangladesh and handed over to Indian authorities on May one. He was produced before the CJM the following day who remanded him to police custody for 12 days. His police custody was extended for another two days.