Madhani, wife get notice from Bangalore cops

KOLLAM: The Bangalore Police served notice on Abdul Nasser Madhani and his wife Soofiya for interrogation in the Bangalore blasts case. A three-member team from Bangalore Police, accompa

Published: 17th February 2010 03:38 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 02:50 PM   |  A+A-

KOLLAM: The Bangalore Police served notice on Abdul Nasser Madhani and his wife Soofiya for interrogation in the Bangalore blasts case.

A three-member team from Bangalore Police, accompanied by a policeman from the Kollam Special Branch, served the notice on Madhani on Monday at 11.30 p.m.

at Mylakkad near here. Madhani, who is leading the Rashtra Suraksha Yatra campaign of the PDP was staying at the house of Mylakkad Shah, the district president of the party when the notice was served on him.

In the notice Madhani and Soofiya were asked to appear before the Bangalore Police this week. Madhani accepted the notice without any hesitation.

He was informed about the arrival of the Bangalore Police in advance and he suggested that it would be convenient for him to accept the notice at the place where he was staying that night.

Home Minister Kodiyeri Balakrishnan said in Kochi that the state government would provide all support to Karnataka police.

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