A court here sent two Kashmiri Youth, arrested last week from near the Red Fort, to a two-week judicial custody on Wednesday.
Chief Metropolitan Magistrate Deepak Sherawat sent Parvaiz Rashid Lone (24) and Jamsheed Zahoor Paul (19) to judicial custody after they were produced before him on the expiry of their five-day police custody.
The two were arrested from the Jama Masjid bus stop, near the Red Fort, as they were about to board a bus to return to Jammu and Kashmir, the police had said.
They were using Delhi as a transit point, they had said.
Lone, the elder brother of Firdous Rashid Lone, who, along with one Sameer Ahmed Lone, was killed by the government forces in a gunfight in Jammu Kashmir on January 24, the police had said.
Lone was pursuing M. Tech from Gajrola in Uttar Pradesh after completing B. Tech from Amroha and had joined the IS-JK after his brother was killed by the security forces, the police had added.
Paul is a final-year electrical engineering diploma student in Jammu and Kashmir.
Two 7.65 mm pistols and four mobile phones were seized from the duo, the police had said, adding that they had no plans to carry out terror activities in the national capital. PTI