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Anita says she was taken to US,questioned there

Anita Uddaiya,the woman who saw the six terrorists involved in the Nov 26 terror attacks arrive in the city.

Written by Agencies | Mumbai |
January 15, 2009 7:17:06 pm

Anita Uddaiya,the woman who saw the six terrorists involved in the November 26 terror attacks arrive in the city,claims she was taken to the US and questioned by investigating agencies there.

“I was informed that the (US) officers who questioned me about the Mumbai attacks here earlier would take me to America. They came on Sunday morning and had taken me to America in a flight,” Uddaiya said.

“I had lied to the police when I returned home stating that I went to Satara district as the officers told me not to disclose anything about my visit to America,” Uddaiya said.

Uddaiya went missing on Sunday morning and returned to Mumbai yesterday at around 1.30 AM to her home.

She had seen the terrorists land in a rubber dinghy on the beach at the colony. But when she asked them where they had come from,she was told to mind her own business.

Giving details,she said on Saturday at around 10.00 PM,the investigating officers were supposed to come to her home.

“Since we were informed about Uddiaya’s America visit,we sat with her throughout the night waiting for the American investigators. Nobody turned up till morning 5 AM. At that time,Uddaiya went to toilet from where she was whisked away by the investigators,” said Madhusudhan Nair,president of Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Nagar slum area where Uddaiya resides.

Uddaiya said four officers were inside the posh vehicle and one of them knew Hindi.

“First,I was taken to St George Hospital to see my husband Rajendra. I told him that I would return home in a couple of days,” Uddaiya said.

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