Two Jihadis detained from Delhi bound flight under suspicious circumstances

published on October 4, 2012

Chennai: CISF arrested two Jihadi Keralites for deboarding Air India’s Dreamliner flight bound for Delhi in a suspicious manner minutes before take off.
Arrested have been identified as Ameer Dawood 33 and M Mansoor 20 from Ernakulam district. It has been confirmed that Ameer has links with  notorious Jihadi organisation NDF  in Kerala.  

The duo gave contradictory response when CISF sought their explanation for cancelling their programme at the last minute, airport sources said.According to the flight crew, the two, who had booked into the business class, took photographs both inside and outside the aircraft.

They also took pictures in the cockpit and after a warning, got back to their seats. Then they got up suddenly and said they didn’t want to travel to Delhi. The crew refused to allow them out, but they managed to get out. They were immediately picked up and grilled at a secluded place.

They had bought tickets costing 36,000 each for their brief boarding in the flight.It has been reported that the duo got into the same flight on Tuesday as well and after taking photos got out claiming that they are feeling sick.

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