An Intelligence Bureau team has arrived in Gwalior to interrogate the suspected Bangladeshi national Ahmad Siddiqui, who was nabbed from the Railway Station area of the city on Sunday.
Meanwhile, police continued interrogating Siddiqui for the third day on Tuesday.
According to police sources, Siddiqui has informed them about his three e-mail IDs. He kept dodging the police on the issue of passwords he used to operate those e-mail IDs but ultimately gave in.
A compact disk (CD) and hard disk has also been recovered from him. He told the interrogators that while he was working in Saudi Arabia, he had met a person from Gwalior. Siddiqui further said that he had come to Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh searching for that particular person.
Police are also currently verifying the route he took to reach Gwalior from Bangladesh. Siddiqui told the police that he only had Rs 1,700 at his disposal. Yet, he visited several places in India including Chennai, Agra, Delhi, Kolkata and Aligarh.
Police officials said that any decision to contact the Bangladesh embassy would be taken after IB’s interrogation of Ahmad Siddiqui is completed.