Ambani security threat case, special cell will interrogate terrorist Tahsin Akhtar in Tihar

New Delhi: Delhi Police's Special Cell reached out to interrogate the terrorist whose name has appeared in Tihar Jail in connection with Mukesh Ambani's house in Antilia and the threat received by terrorist organization Jaish-ul-Hind organization. is. A mobile phone was recovered from the barrack of Tahsin Akhtar, a terrorist of Indian Mujahideen who was lodged in Tihar Jail. A telegram channel was created from this mobile, through which the Ambani family was threatened.

In this connection, the Delhi Police has got permission from the court to interrogate the Indian Mujahideen terrorist Tahsin Akhtar who is imprisoned in Tihar Jail. Sources have said that in the Jaish-ul-Hind threat case, the Indian Mujahideen terrorist can also be arrested in this case. On Thursday, Delhi Special Cell raided jail number 8 in Tihar Jail, after which the mobile has been recovered from the barrack of terrorist Tehsin Akhtar. The telegram channel was activated from this mobile. Tahsin Akhtar has also been involved in PM Modi's rally at Gandhi Maidan in Patna, Blast in Hyderabad, Bodh Gaya bomb blasts.

It was received that the mobile number which was recovered, a virtual number was created through the Tor browser in that mobile, and then a Telegram account was created. There is another number that is on the radar of the cell.

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