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NRI nabbed in India for sending threating emails

A 43-year-old NRI, who had allegedly sent e-mails about a plot to blow up Hiranandani complex in suburban Powai, has been nabbed after he arrived in the country from Saudia Arabia, Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) officials has said.

india Updated: Apr 27, 2009 14:54 IST

A 43-year-old NRI, who had allegedly sent e-mails about a plot to blow up Hiranandani complex in suburban Powai, has been nabbed after he arrived in the country from Saudia Arabia, Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) officials has said.

"We have detained Anand, an NRI and a small time actor in Kerala. He will be formally arrested after reaching Mumbai," an ATS officer told PTI.

He arrived in India in search of his "lost love" following which he was nabbed, he said.

"We told his former partner to ring him up and call him to India. After the call, Anand, who is a businessman in Saudi Arabia, thought that he can get back his lost love. Our plan worked and we managed to nab Anand from Kerala" the officer said.

According to police, Anand developed affection with vice-president of a firm when he frequented Powai. Then the duo became partners a few years ago.

"However, a couple of months ago, the duo parted their ways as the vice-president was seeing some other guy who is an executive officer with a firm," the officer said.