Kerala links suspected of funding Delhi HC terror attack

Delhi Blast
Kozhikode (Kerala), Sept 19: The NIA, probing hard into the Delhi High Court blast claims that the sleeper cells of the Harkat-ul-Jihadi Islami (HuJI) and the Indian Mujahideen from Kerala might have had a major role in the Delhi High Court blast. It is also suspected that Kerala played a major role in funding the entire terror strike.

Few reliable sources of The Hindu revealed that suspects who have been detained in Kashmir in connection with the Delhi blast have sharply pointed out Kerala's links with the blast.

Now, when Kerala's name has cropped up in connection with the terror blast case, how can NIA forget the name of Thadiyantavide Nazeer, hailing from Kannur, who has been convicted for life in the Kozhikode twin-blast case of 2006 as well as Bangalore serial blasts.

The team would possibly grill Nazir to elicit clues on the links between the terror modules in Kerala and Jammu and Kashmir. Intelligence agencies began to keep a tab on modules that had connections with Kannur recently only. Most of them have either been killed by security forces in Kashmir or arrested, but a key player, K.P. Sabeer, involved in the recruitment case, is still at large.

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