Activist Sharjeel Imam, facing sedition charges, was brought to Guwahati from New Delhi on February 20 and taken into police custody.
Iman was remanded to four-day police custody by the Court of the Chief Judicial Magistrate, on February 20 evening.
He was brought to Guwahati by train from New Delhi on a transit remand by a team of Assam Police, accompanied by a Tihar Jail team, where Sharjeel was lodged.
Sharjeel is facing charges of delivering anti-Assam speeches at the Shaheen Bagh anti-CAA protests, allegedly calling on the people to cut-off Assam from the rest of the country.
He is also facing similar sedition and other charges, and was arrested on January 28 by a Delhi Police team.
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