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December 17, 2001
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Property dealer, landlord arrested

The Delhi police arrested two more persons on Monday in connection with the attack on Parliament House.

Subhash Malhotra, owner of the house in Gandhi Vihar in Mukherjee Nagar, which was taken on rent by the terrorists, and Virendra Pal, a local property dealer, were arrested under section 188 for not having informed the police about the tenants, police sources told the Press Trust of India.

As per the rules, a landlord is duty-bound to inform the police about new tenants. But Malhotra did not do so. He had rented out his house a month before the attack.

Pal, who had helped Jaish-e-Mohammed's point man in Delhi, Mohammad Afzal, to get the house on rent, presenting him as a student, was arrested on the same charge.

Meanwhile, post-mortem examination is being conducted on Monday on the bodies of the five JeM terrorists who were killed while trying to storm Parliament last Thursday.

PTI

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