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‘Trace call records of banned outfits’

The State Intelligence Cell and State Intelligence Unit sleuths working in the districts have started work on collecting recent mobile phone call records of members of such outfits.

Published: 25th April 2013 10:46 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th April 2013 10:46 AM   |  A+A-

The National Investigating Agency (NIA) has directed the State Intelligence Cell (SIC), the State Intelligence Unit (SIU) and the State Special Branch Intelligence to collect the mobile phone numbers and call records of members of banned outfits.

The State Intelligence Cell and State Intelligence Unit sleuths working in the districts have started work on collecting recent mobile phone call records of members of such outfits.

SIU officials said, there are around 12 notorious members of banned outfits who have been absconding for more than 15 years.

“Members like Nagoor Siddhiq, Tailor Raja, Mujibur Rahman, Bilal Malik, Police Fakrudeen and Nagoor Hanifa are absconding for several years,” an official said.

Police said, the National Intelligence Agency team and the anti-terror wing of the Bangalore police found that Kitchan Buhari had spoken to one Mohamed Basheer, one of the accused arrested in the recent Bangalore blast, more than 50 times.

Also, he did not deny the allegations of the police on his role in the blast.



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