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Cops Take Terror Suspects Home

Published: 20th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th January 2015 04:54 AM   |  A+A-

MANGALURU: The four terror suspects from Bhatkal, who were arrested recently for alleged terror links, were on Monday brought to Bhatkal by the Central Crime Branch (CCB) to collect evidence.

According to police sources, the CCB took them to the house of Homeopathy practitioner Dr Afaq first. Though the house was locked, the police broke open the lock to enter.

They also went to another accused Abdus Suboor’s house to collect evidence. The police team visited another suspect Afeef Mota’s house at Tengingundi Port. The team, comprising four officials, reached the city at 4.30 pm. They did not speak to the media.

Delegation Requests a Fair Trial

Bengaluru: A delegation of various organisations from Bhatkal met Chief Minister Siddaramaiah in the city on Monday and urged him to ensure that a fair trial is conducted into the case against the four youths.

The delegation was led by state Planning Board deputy chairman C M Ibrahim and included Uttara Kannada District in-charge Minister R V Deshpande.

They urged the chief minister and Home Minister K J George to look into reports that the “innocent youths were slapped with false charges”.



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