Drug haul: JK cop, 2 others sent to JC

New Delhi: A Delhi court Monday extended till March 3 the judicial custody of a Jammu and Kashmir Police constable and two others, arrested for their alleged roles in narcotics trade through which money was used to fund militant outfit Hizbul-Mujahideen.
Khurshid Alam, a constable of JK Police, B Ganesh and M Senthil, residents of Tamil Nadu, were produced before Special Judge Anu Grover Baliga after expiry of their judicial custody and the court extended it after special cell of Delhi Police said that probe into the case was going on.
The three accused were arrested on January 19 by special cell, which had told the court that they were part of a narcotics business and a total of 10 kgs of high grade heroin worth approximately Rs 35 crore in the international market was recovered from their possession.