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Yasin Bhatkal throws paper at media: Creates scene in the court premise

Hyderabad: Indian Mujahideen terror suspect Yasin Bhatkal again created a scene in the court premises on Tuesday by throwing some papers, which are believed to be letters to the media about an alleged threat of his life. Police personnel escorting him quickly collected the papers and took him away. Police did not allow reporters to get to the papers.

This was the second time that he has thrown papers which are assumed to be for the media. The letters reportedly mentioned about the threat to his life.

His lawyer and his mother have alleged that the police was plotting to kill him in a fake encounter during transit from the Cherlapally jail, where he is lodged, to the LB Nagar courts.

Following this, the Cyberabad police is working to conduct his trial through video conference at the Cherlapally jail. In view of Monday’s Punjab terror attack, extra personnel were deployed during the transit of Bhatkal and other terror suspects to the court in LB nagar.

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