Indore, July 29 (UNI) A record number of 400 people visited banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) activists, lodged in Central Jail here since they are arrested in March this year.
This fact came to light during scrutiny of the records of the SIMI leaders as SIMI was suspected to be involved in the recent explosions in Ahmdebad and Begalore.
People from Kerala, Karnataka and Maharashtra also visited the SIMI activists, including its top leader Safdar Nagouri.
Jail authorities have started probing the antecedents of the so-visited the jail under tight scrutiny and it also have maintained photographs and other documents.
Besides them, about 20 SIMI sympathisers were also under detention. Few of them were taken to Mumbai and Karnataka police for interrogations in connection with criminal cases.
Jail sources said that nine members were released on bail.
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