Anti national documents and Pornographic CD’s recovered from NDF terrorist

via Courtesy:Daily Pioneer published on July 7, 2010

Top police officials confirmed that many of the documents and CDs unearthed in the raid at the house of Mansoor, the Ernakulam district secretary of the NDF (presently Popular Front of India) had anti-national character. Some of the CDs recovered in the search are said to contain visuals of NDF camps while some of the disks had obscene visuals.

The raid on Mansoor’s house at Kunnatheri, Aluva the other day was part of the police exercise to nab the absconding perpetrators of Sunday’s gruesome attack on Prof TJ Joseph of Newman College, Thodupuzha. The assailants, said to be NDF activists, had cut off the right hand of Joseph at the wrist and threw it into a nearby compound for preparing a question paper that allegedly blasphemed Prophet Muhammad.

The documents recovered from Mansoor’s house are said to contain calls to activists to be cautious about Kochi City Police Commissioner Manoj Abraham as he had got special training abroad in fighting terror. They also allegedly contained details of the visits by police and Intelligence officials from other states to Aluva for investigations on terror outfits.

The police are yet to arrest six of the eight accused in the case relating to the attack on the college teacher, who was suspended from service on April 1 after the contents of the question paper had led to explosive situations in Kerala. The police had arrested two NDF activists, whose direct involvement in the attack is yet to be confirmed, on Monday. Assumption is that the other six, including prime accused Yunus of Kothamangalam, could have escaped to the neighbouring Tamil Nadu.

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