Indian Mujahideen co-founder and Dilsukhnagar twin blast case accused Yasin Bhatkal on Tuesday created flutter by throwing a chit in the premises of the Ranga Reddy district courts complex.
When Bhatkal and four other accused in the Dilsukhnagar blast case were being produced before the court, he threw a chit on the court premises. The security police personnel immediately swung into action and seized the chit. Earlier on July 7, Bhatkal created a minor scene by throwing a handwritten letter on the court premises.
Once he had tried to present a rose to the judge.
The security for Bhatkal and other IM operatives has been beefed up following Intelligence inputs that they were conspiring to escape from the Cherlapally Central Prison, where they are lodged. (INN)