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K'taka cops grill terror mastermind's 'friend'
Vicky Nanjappa | September 16, 2008 11:36 IST
Abdul Subhan is among India's most wanted men following the serial blasts in New Delhi. The techie, who is considered to be instrumental in setting up the tech wing of the Students Islamic Movement of India, is on the run and security agencies have launched a nation wide man hunt for the man.
Where is Subhan and who could provide vital clues regarding this man? While this being the case, Karnataka police has stumbled upon a young architect, who they claim is a close friend of Subhan and was seen with him just before the Bangalore blasts.
Abdul Sami, aged 23 and a resident of Bijapur in Karnataka, was picked up by the police for questioning. According to sources, in the police department in Karnataka, Sami could provide vital clues regarding Subhan.
Sami was picked up by the Karnataka police based on the information given by the Intelligence Bureau. The IB had tipped off the police regarding Sami and had also informed that Sami was seen along with Subhan just before the Bangalore blasts.
It is also said that Sami had sheltered Subhan just before the Bangalore blasts. Following this the IB had kept Sami under surveillance.
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