MP cops working round-the-clock on e-mail cases
Bhopal, July 23 (UNI) The Madhya Pradesh Police and anti-cybercrime experts are undertaking a comprehensive investigation into e-mails dispatched from within this state following the Mumbai transit terror assault and a threat to assassinate President A P J Abdul Kalam.
Senior officers told UNI that Indore's Navlakha area cybercafe 'Cyber Fun', from where mail was sent to Dr Kalam, was sealed and computers seized.
Bhopal-resident Sumit Tamrakar, who posed as SIMI chief and dispatched mischief mail -- to a daily newspaper -- claiming responsibility for the Mumbai local train blasts, was arrested.
After being remanded to police custody for two days, the accused was remanded to judicial custody yesterday.
In Katni district, school student Vibhor Kalamkar was apprehended for sending e-mail to a private television channel. He claimed responsibility for the explosions as a 'Lashkar-i-Ulhak' activist.
Two other suspicious e-mail were dispatched from here.
The officers said prima facie it seemed as if all the mail were sent for sensationalism.
Meanwhile, key SIMI activist Imran Ansari was handed over to Khandwa district police yesterday after being arrested here on July 21. Police made it clear that Ansari had no involvement in the '7/11' attack but was wanted in a case in Surat.
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