Bangalore, Feb 7: The Corps of Detectives (CoD), which has taken over the investigation of terror plans by three arrested youth, suspected to be members of the Laskar-e-Toiba (LeT), today carried out polygraph tests on two of them at the National Forensic Laboratory here.
Riyazuddin Nasir alias Mohammad Ghouse of Hyderabad, who had been put on the test last night had confirmed the facts which he had revealed to the police in Davangere. He would be subjected to narco analysis at a government hospital here tomorrow, police sources said. Nasir (23), who had revealed that he underwent training at a terror camp in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK), along with Asadullah Abubakar of Hospet in Karnataka, were arrested on charges of possessing stolen two-wheelers in Honnali town of Davangere district last month.
On their information, police arrested Mohammad Asif, a final year medical student and an accomplice of the duo in Hubli, a week later.
Asadullah, student of a Medical College in Hubli, and Asif, who were put through brain mapping and polygraph tests today, had also confirmed some of their revelations during the police grilling in Davangere and Hubli earlier, sources said.
During the test Asif had reportedly said the RDX consignment and funds, meant for the trio sent by LeT from Bangladesh, had not reached them and this had delayed their plans.
He, however, had said that the consignment had reached Karnataka but before they could lay their hands they were arrested.