ITS REALLY SHAMEFUL BASED ON FACTS SUCH PEOPLE WITH SUCH PROFILE ARE HIRED
TO BE THE CAUSE OF PLANE CRASHES.
TAMIL NADU GOVT SHOOULD EXPLAIN AND INVESTIGATE FOR WHAT REASON SUCH PROFILE WAS CHOOSEN FOR PLANE CRASH.ITS REALLY SHAMEFUL . EVERYTHING CONNECTS TO PUDDUCHERRY.
KARAIKAL: The CBCID sleuths have launched a detailed probe on the suspected links of a 34-year-old man from Karaikal with terror outfits. Karaikal town police arrested him on Tuesday. The case was transferred to CBCID on Thursday after initial police interrogations indicated that he might have links with terror outfits. The arrested man was identified as A Mohammed Niwas Siraj Dowlath Maraickar.
Karaikal police said Mohammed’s parents shifted from Karaikal to Poraiyar in Nagapattinam district a few months after he was born. A Class 10 dropout Mohammed left to Malaysia at the age of 20 to work at a shop where his grandfather worked.
He retuned in 2004 and managed to get a job in a corporate house at Chennai posing himself as a graduate. With basic computer training, he projected himself as an expert hacker and could intercept mobile calls and data transfer from secured agencies.
He developed contacts with policemen. Police used him as a decoy to unearth fraudsters. Soon he fell out of police’s favour and teamed up with pimps to help them get better clients. Chennai police arrested him thrice under Goondas Act and lodged in Puzhal prison. There, he came in contact with an inmate identified as Sadique, who is also suspected to have links with terror outfits. The two became close. However, soon Sadique found Mohammed of no use to him.
Sadique, who hails from Nagapattinam district, came out of prison last year, six months before Mohammed was released. Mohammed reached Karaikal upon being released. He was doing some odd jobs when Karaikal police nabbed him. They booked him under Section 419 (punishment for cheating by impersonation), 420 (cheating and dishonestly inducing delivery of property) and 120 B (punishment of criminal conspiracy) of the Indian penal code and began inquiries.
“The criminal activities of both Mohammed and Sadique were confined to Tamil Nadu and elsewhere. Puducherry police do not have any record of their activities. Presently we suspect both might have links with terror outfits. The case has been transferred to CBCID to probe all angle of suspected links with terror outfits. CBCID has begun a detailed probe,” said an investigation officer.
“His overseas stay helped him refine his English skills. He does not look like a Class 10 dropout, which helped him dupe many and join a corporate house posing himself as a graduate,” said the officer.
THERE HAS BEEN A SERIES OF MALAYSIAN PLANE CRASHES .