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Accused is Manish Joshi, not Dinesh

POLICE ARE now certain that the e-mail ID Dinesh_askn@ yahoo.co.in from which a terror mail was sent to President A P J Abdul Kalam was a fictitious one because the person who sent the mail is not named Dinesh.

india Updated: Jul 23, 2006 17:08 IST

POLICE ARE now certain that the e-mail ID Dinesh_askn@ yahoo.co.in from which a terror mail was sent to President A P J Abdul Kalam was a fictitious one because the person who sent the mail is not named Dinesh.

Police sources said that they were not questioning any one named Dinesh. Among those who are being questioned is a Manish Joshi, and it is possible that he sent the mail from Dinesh_askn@ yahoo.co.in.

The timings during which he came to the cyber café match that of sending the mail to the President.  Police are also crosschecking other things to be absolutely certain about the accused.

SP Anshuman Yadav said that they were also questioning a couple of other boys who had come to the café around the same time. He said they were yet to reach a conclusion in this regard.

The police questioned the four youths rounded up yesterday throughout last night. Looking at the seriousness of the matter, the SP himself was present during the entire period of questioning. A lone sub-inspector level official of Delhi police who has come for this case was also present.