A court in Nagpur had given the ATS his three-day transit remand Tuesday.
Agrawal was being flown to Lucknow and the UP ATS will produce him before a special court there, a police official said here. The ATS will seek his custody from that court for the purpose of interrogation, he said.
Agrawal was arrested Monday in a joint operation by the ATS units of Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra police at BrahMos' Wardha Road facility near here for allegedly leaking "technical information" to Pakistan.
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