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December 17, 2001
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Conduit between JeM commander, terrorists nabbed

A major success has been achieved in the investigation into Thursday's attack on Parliament House with the arrest of one of the conduits between Jaish-e-Mohammed commander Ghazi Baba and Mohammed Afzal, the organisation's point man in Delhi.

Official sources said the Jammu & Kashmir police picked up Tariq, the man who used to pass on information and acted as a conduit between Afzal and Baba, who is based in Kashmir.

Meanwhile, 35kg of RDX was seized from a house in the Gandhi Vihar area of the capital on Monday morning, leading to the arrest of two more persons in connection with the case.

The two -- Subhash Malhotra and Virendra Pal -- were picked up by the Delhi police following the recovery of RDX.

The sources said the RDX was recovered from a residence owned by Malhotra. During the course of investigations, it was found that Tariq had also stayed in the house.

PTI

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