AKG centre attack: Fourth accused gets anticipatory bail

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Thiruvananthapuram: The additional district sessions court here on Tuesday granted anticipatory bail to T Navya, the fourth accused in the AKG centre attack case. The court also asked her to appear before the probe team from November 24 to 30.

If the probe team records her arrest, she will be released on bail after furnishing a personal bond of Rs 1 lakh, asserted the court.

Crime Branch has found that Navya assisted Youth Congress leader Jithin to attack the AKG centre. According to the probe team, Navya arranged the two-wheeler for the key accused to travel to the AKG centre here.

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