Gujarat police join J&K, Maharashtra officers in grilling Kashmiri militant

via Newindpress published on January 11, 2007

BANGALORE: Police officers from Gujarat on Thursday joined their counterparts from Jammu and Kashmir and Maharashtra in interrogating the Pakistan-trained militant Imran alias Bilal Ahmed Kota, who was nabbed on the outskirts of the city last week with a huge cache of arms.

According to police sources, police officers from Gujarat wanted to question the insurgent to get some leads on the terrorist attacks in the state.

Meanwhile, Imran underwent a health check up at Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology as the police decided to put him through brain mapping and narco analysis tests on January 13.

Police were also collecting details about Imran’s bank accounts and the transaction made through them. However, police refused to reveal details. They had reportedly found the numbers of the people whom he had contacted through his satellite and cell phones.

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