Three men, including an Afghan national, with suspected connects to the black market were captured for supposedly intending to kill unmistakable pioneers in South India, the police said on Saturday.
The denounced were distinguished as Wali Mohammad Saifi, 45, an occupant of Afghanistan, Sheik Riyajuddin nom de plume Raja moniker Aalami, 32, an inhabitant of Madangir, Delhi and Muhthasim CM pseudonym Thaslim, 41, an inhabitant of Kerala, they included.
On January 9, the police got data that a few India-based agents of black market, on the guidelines of their handlers based abroad, are intending to execute some vital people in South India, Pramod Singh Kushwaha, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell), said.
Later on January 11, two people Wali Mohammed Saifi and Riyazudin Sheik were captured from Delhi. One gun and three live cartridges were recouped from each denounced, Mr Kushwaha said.
From their case, one Muhthasim CM assumed name Thaslim was captured from Kasaragod, Kerala with the help of nearby police, he said.
Amid cross examination, it was uncovered that Muhthasim and Saifi were referred to one another as they were having business in Dubai. Muhthasim had wanted to take out critical individuals in South India and for this reason, he restricted in Saifi, who thusly, reserved in Riyajuddin and from that point, acquired weapons for the assignment, the DCP said.
Two guns, six live cartridges and cell phones were recouped from their assets, the police said.