An FBI team arrived here today for discussions with their Indian counterparts during which it may share information on US terror suspect David Headley's links with several people in the country, including filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt's son Rahul.
The first batch of the FBI officers arrived in the wee hours of the day and some more are expected to come for
holding talks with officials of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) and central security agencies in the national
capital, sources privy to the investigations said.
The FBI had already given some brief information about Rana and Headley and also assured the Indian investigating
agencies that they will to share more of it as the interrogations of the duo proceeds further.
Indian agencies have sought all the details of Headley's links with Rahul, gym instructor Vilas Varak, some diplomats
and business personalities who were allegedly misused by the terror suspect, sources said.
Headley and Pakistan-born Rana were arrested by the FBI from Chicago last month for allegedly plotting terror strikes
in Denmark and India. However, Rana's advocate had denied the allegations made against his client.