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Delhi blasts: Terrorist brought to Karnataka
September 22, 2008 15:53 IST
One of the suspected terrorists arrested by the Delhi [Images] police in connection with the recent serial blasts in the capital has been brought to Manipal, Karnataka, for investigations.
Police refused to disclose the name of the accused saying, "it would hamper investigations."
However, they said, a four-member police team from Delhi visited some places in Manipal as part of the on-going probe.
The militant was believed to be a student of Sikkim-Manipal Open University, which provides education through correspondence. It is yet to be ascertained whether the accused had stayed in Manipal, said the police.
Western range DIG A M Prasad declined to give further details in this regard.
The Delhi police on Monday had arrested three members of the Indian Mujahideen [Images] -- Zia-ur-Rehman, Shakir Nisar and Mohammad Shakeel from Jamia Nagar, the locality where two terrorists, including the 'main man' and the mastermind of Delhi blasts Atif were killed in a gun battle with police on Friday.
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