Jammu: An NIA court in Jammu on Tuesday granted 14 days police remand of Pakistani terrorist Mohd Naved Yakub.
Naved was caught alive last week during Udhampur terror strike in which two BSF personnel were killed.
The development came a day after a hunt was launched for a businessman who is alleged to have paid money to Naved.
The businessman, who reportedly owns a shop in uptown Srinagar, had provided the money to Naved and his handlers to run LeT network in Kashmir and to carry out terror strikes.
So far 11 people have been rounded up by the police based on information provided by Naved during his interrogation and all of them are being questioned, the sources said.
Naved's interrogators said he was changing statements frequently and had given four different accounts of the route he and his accomplices took to infiltrate India.