Chief public prosecutor Kalpana Chavan, while seeking the extension, told the court that it was needed to be ascertained if there were others who also helped finance the blasts. "The trail of the money needs to be found," she argued. The court granted custody till August 2.
Damada is suspected to have sent Rs 10 lakh through hawala to India.
The accused was detained at Goa airport when he arrived there from Dubai. He was going to his hometown, Bhatkal, after almost five years. Damada's name in the earlier chargesheet was mentioned as Mateen alias Farooque (wanted accused).
Till date, eight accused, including Damada, have been arrested in the 13/7 bomb blasts when 27 people were killed at Oepra House, Zaveri Bazar and near a bus stop at Dadar.
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