Special Cell releases 3 terror suspects after interrogation

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New Delhi, 15 September: The Special Cell probing the Pakistan-based Terror Module has released three suspected youths arrested from Uttar Pradesh (UP) after interrogation. These three youths were caught by the UP ATS and were handed over to the Special Cell.

Sources said that the police did not get any suspicious information during their interrogation. The police felt that these people were not directly connected with this module, so they were released after questioning.

According to the information, the Special Cell of Delhi Police had arrested six terrorists from Rajasthan, Delhi and UP on Tuesday. The help of UP ATS was also taken in this entire operation.

On Wednesday, the UP Police caught three other people as suspects in this case. They were identified as Jameel, a resident of Rae Bareli, Imtiaz, a resident of Prayagraj and Mohammad Tahir alias Madani, a resident of UP itself. All three were handed over to the Special Cell, which interrogated them further, but from this interrogation they came to know that these people were not directly associated with this module. So they were released at night.

On this whole issue, ATS IG G.K. Goswami said that our team took six people into custody and handed them over to Delhi Police. This was not our case, so the Delhi Police arrested those against whom the evidence was found, whether to arrest the rest or not, it is part of their investigation. It is noteworthy that on Tuesday, the Special Cell of Delhi Police had arrested six terrorists, out of which two terrorists had gone to Pakistan for 15 days of training. These people were plotting to blast in many states of the country during the festival season, but India’s intelligence agency came to know about it and with its help, the Special Cell of Delhi Police arrested six terrorists. The Special Cell has produced them before the court and has taken 14 days police remand