Yasmin Muhammed, 29, who was arrested from Delhi for her alleged connection to the Kerala youngsters who went missing from the country between May and June of this year, has been remanded to police custody for three days.
Yasmin Ahmed, a native of Bihar, was arrested after investigations revealed that she was the second wife of the prime accused in the missing case, Abdul Rashid. Rashid, one of those missing from Kasargod district, is believed to have been instrumental in planning and executing the process, which helped the 20 others in leaving the country.
Yasmin was detained and slapped with the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA).
Yasmin, along with her 4-year-old son, were brought to Kasargod district of Kerala on Monday evening by a team of two officers, including Kanhangad DySP Sunil Babu.
The Hosdurg First Class Judicial Magistrate then remanded Yasmin to 12 days of judicial custody.