26/11: Jundal's custody extended till September 10
The court allowed Abu Jundal to meet his parents for about ten minutes to arrange for a lawyer.
New Delhi: A Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act (MCOCA) court on Monday extended the custody of key 26/11 handler Abu Jundal till September 10.
The court also allowed Jundal to meet his parents for about ten minutes to arrange for a lawyer.
Jundal was brought to Mumbai in July after a Delhi court gave the Maharahstra ATS his custody.
The ATS, in turn, handed Jundal over to the Mumbai Crime Branch.
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