Bangalore boy in police net for swearing at Pak Min Khar


Hina Rabbani Khar
Raichur (Karnataka), Feb 13: Little did a small-time attender at a a private coaching centre realize that he would land in the Central Crime Branch (CCB) police's net for allegedly calling up Pakistan's Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and uttering profanities at her. A detailed investigation into the origin of the call led the CCB officials to a remote Buddini village in Sindhanur taluk of Karnataka's Raichur district.

The CCB officials is understood to have grilled the alleged culprit in Bangalore on Sunday. The matter was also highlighted in a call made from the Pakistan Foreign Minister's office seeking an inquiry into the call.

It has been alleged that the youth called up the cell phone of the Minister and used filthy language at her. The call apparently originated from the youth's cell phone and lasted close to 15 minutes. The incident happened two months ago. The police officials added that the CBI officials from Delhi visited the town to inquire into the matter. Taking the cue from them, the CCB officials also visited the town on Sunday to look into the matter.

Following questioning, the youth has denied the allegation. The accused has been identified as Amaresh, an attender at a private coaching centre. Speaking to the media, he said, "Neither have I heard of Rabbani Khar nor do I know Urdu or English to abuse her. I do not know what all this is about. I do not know if some student who resides at this centre had used my phone."

The local police claimed that the CCB officials refused to reveal the call records to back their allegation after it was demanded by the lecturers who were asking for the same on behalf of the youth. The police has instructed Amaresh not to switch off his cell phone until they contact him.

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