Two IM activists brought to Kerala for investigation
Delhi Police officials Saturday brought two suspected Indian Mujahideen (IM) activists to Munnar in Kerala to gather evidence that they stayed there.
The two -- Zia-ur-Rehman alias Waqas Ahmed and Tehsin Akthar -- were Saturday morning brought from Mangalore to Kochi airport by a special flight.
From there, they were taken in two helicopters to Anachal, about 13 km from here and then brought by road to the hill township at Munnar.
A 300-member strong police force comprising central forces and the Kerala Police was on guard at the places where the two were taken.
A huge crowd gathered to see them but their faces were covered and hands chained.
The two were first taken to a house where Waqas is believed to have put up for close to three months with the help of one Jameel, a north Indian running a small store here. Jameel has been missing after the arrest of Waqas.
Later, the two were taken to an internet cafe and then to another house.
(Posted on 05-04-2014)
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