The Times of India on October 29, 2012 released the following:
“Cops turn to Interpol for 3 suspects
BANGALORE: Police have sought the help of Interpol to issue red-corner notices for three terror suspects allegedly involved with the terror modules busted in August-September.
The suspects are believed to be in Saudi Arabia, police said. In fact, one of them has been detained by Saudi authorities , they added.
B Dayananda, joint commissioner of police (east) and in charge of the central crime branch which is probing the terror modules, confirmed that police were in the process of getting the red-corner notices issued against the suspects.
CBI told to issue alert notice
The city police have asked the CBI to issue red-corner notices for interrogating the three suspects – Mohammad Abdul Majeed, 47; Usman Ghani, 32; and Mohammad Shaheed Faisal, 27 – who were allegedly involved with the terror cells busted in August-September.
“We have asked the CBI to issue red-corner notices for interrogating these men,” said B Dayananda, joint commissioner of police (east) and in charge of the central crime branch, which is investigating the busted terror modules. The CBI is the representative body of the Interpol, as the International Criminal Police Organization, based in Lyon, France, is known.
Police sources said they have already obtained nonbailable warrants against these men from a Bangalore court.
The three men are suspected to have been allegedly indoctrinated most of the 14 suspects arrested in Hubli and Bangalore, said sources. The men were planning to target a few prominent individuals in the state. The name of one of the three absconding men, Mohammad Shaheed Faisal, had prominently figured during the interrogations of the arrested suspects.
Faisal, known by other aliases like Zaheed, Ustaad and Commander, was believed to have spoken to the 14 suspects on their recruitment and briefed them on the plots they had to execute. He is also believed to have given them two guns. Ghani is said to be in the custody of Saudi police.”
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