MANGALURU: Police have denied reports in a section of the press that a satellite call was recently made to Pakistan from a remote village in Belthangady taluk.
Dakshina Kannada District Superintendent of Police B M Laxmiprasad said in a statement that no satellite call was made to Pakistan from Belthangady as claimed in the reports.
Reports had appeared in a section of the media that intelligence department officials had come across the information while interrogating a militant in Delhi.
The reports said the militant had disclosed that a satellite call had been placed from Nyayatarpu village near Belthangady.
It also said a person has been arrested by the National Investigation Agency in connection with the call, which was also denied by the Superintendent of Police.