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Ajmal used fake ID card of a Hyderabad college

Mohammad Ajmal Amir Iman, the lone terrorist captured for carrying out the Mumbai terror attacks, reportedly used a fake ID card of Arunodaya Degree college in Hyderabad.

india Updated: Dec 17, 2008 18:48 IST

Mohammad Ajmal Amir Iman, the lone terrorist captured for carrying out the Mumbai terror attacks, reportedly used a fake ID card from the city.

The anti-terror investigators have found that the arrested terrorist Mohammed Ajmal Amir was carrying a fake ID card of Arunodaya Degree college situated at Dilsukhnagar in the city, sources in police department said on Wednesday.

The college is situated near the Sai Baba temple in Dilsukhnagar where a scooter bomb was exploded in 2002.

The ID card recovered from the terrorist has address of the college and it is issued on the name of Naresh Verma, a resident of Nagole locality.

However, when contacted, the higher police officials did not confirm it saying that "it is only a media report".

The principal of the college Radhakrishna denied reports that an ID card was issued in the name of Naresh Verma from his college.

"We have not issued any ID card in the name of Naresh Verma during the last five years and our records shows that there was no enrolment of any student by that name", the principal said.