A court on Friday extended by 12 days the judicial remand of Muhammad Naveed and five others in an attack in Jammu and Kashmir that killed two BSF troopers.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) designate court extended the remand of Naveed and his alleged accomplices.
Naveed and Noman, believed to be Pakistanis, attacked a Border Security Force bus in Udhampur district on August 5, killing two troopers and injuring 11 others.
Noman was killed in a gunfight while Naveed escaped to a village where he was overpowered.
Based on Naveed’s interrogation, the other five were arrested from the Kashmir Valley on charges of ferrying the militants and their weapons in a fruit truck to Udhampur.