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NIA produces Kashmiri students in court, accused of being affiliates of AGH

Srinagar:  National Investigation Agency (NIA) produced three persons, alleged to be members of a Kashmir-based militant outfit, Ansar Gajwat-Ul-Hind, in a special court on Tuesday under tight security, a media report said.

One of the accused, Yousuf Rafiq Bhat, is a cousin of Zakir Musa who is wanted by the forces in the state, Indian Express reported.

The court ordered the accused, including Zahid Gulzar, a resident of Awantipora, and Mohammad Edrish Shah, to remain in judicial custody, the report said.

Next hearing is on December 21. Jalandhar police arrested them from an institute with arms and ammunition. The case was later transferred to the NIA, the report added.

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