Police submit proof of Viqar’s hand in attacks

HYDERABAD: Alleged terror operative Viqaruddin was produced in the first additional metropolitan sessions court on Tuesday in connection with two cases in the city. Police told the court that

Published: 22nd February 2012 05:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:00 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Alleged terror operative Viqaruddin was produced in the first additional metropolitan sessions court on Tuesday in connection with two cases in the city. Police told the court that the attacks were planned and executed by Viqaruddin and submitted to the court some documents suggesting his involvement in the cases.

Viqaruddin, who floated a fundamentalist outfit, Tehreek Galba-e-Islam (TGI), is the prime accused in a shooting, in which two policemen were injured, at Santoshnagar in 2008.

He was also involved in the killing of a Home Guard in 2009.

Viqaruddin was arrested at the house a doctor in Secunderabad on a tip-off by his brother Sulaiman on July 14, 2010.

Police also told the court that Viqaruddin, Syed, Ijaz Khan and five others attacked the police.

While Ijaz Khan supplied weapons, Viqaruddin executed the attacks, police told the court.

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