Delhi HC blast: NIA team quizzes two Kishtwar students in Dhaka

NIA has questioned 2 students about the conduct of Wasim Akram,who is at present in NIA custody.

Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published:October 10, 2011 12:43 am

The probe into the September 7 Delhi High Court blast reached Bangladesh with a team of National Investigation Agency questioning Kashmiri students studying in a medical college to garner details about their arrested college mate.

The team,headed by an SP,left for Dhaka recently and has been quizzing some of the Kashmiri students studying in Jalalabad Ragib Rabeya Medical College and Hospital at Sylhet,near Dhaka,claimed officials.

The NIA team has so far questioned two students including a girl,both hailing from Kishtwar,about the conduct of Wasim Akram,who is at present in NIA custody for 14 days. Both students have been let off after the NIA team,which was provided assistance by the Bangladesh authorities,found nothing to back their investigation,the sources said.

As the NIA probe so far indicates that it was looking for a youth identified as Junaid Akram in connection with the September 7 blast,the agency was apparently unaware that his kidnapping report had been registered in a Kishtwar police station,where the blame had been put on an alleged Hizbul Mujahideen conduit Azhar Ali.

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