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NIA to get voice recordings of IM chief

Calcutta High Court today directed the CID to hand over the voice recordings of Amir Reza Khan,a key operative of Indian Mujahideen,to the National Investigative Agency.

Written by Kanchan Chakraborty | Kolkata |
July 25, 2012 5:04:36 am

Calcutta High Court today directed the CID to hand over the voice recordings of Amir Reza Khan,a key operative of Indian Mujahideen,to the National Investigative Agency.

The NIA approached the court to direct the CID to hand over the recordings of Khan,who is wanted by NIA for allegedly threatening the MD of a five-star hotel in south Kolkata. According to the NIA petition,Khan had given a threat call to the MD for ransom of Rs 20 crore in February 2010.

The NIA wanted the cassettes for the abduction case of Partha Roy Burman,owner of Khadim,in 2001 to match with the voice recorded by the hotel MD.

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