Arrested LeT terrorist undergo lie detector test
The 35-year-old Rehman was arrested at Nalgonda in Andhra Pradesh on January 1 by the Bangalore police.Updated: Jan 13, 2006 19:12 IST
Suspected Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist, Abdul Rehman, who was arrested in connection with the December 28 terror attack on the Indian Institute of Science, has been subjected to a narco-analysis test.
"Rehman underwent the test on Thursday," Additional Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) HC Kishorechandra said but refused to reveal details.
The test results cannot be revealed owing to security reasons and to avoid any hindrance to the investigation, police said.
The 35-year-old Rehman was arrested at Nalgonda in Andhra Pradesh on January 1 by the Bangalore police.
According to Police, Rehman, suspected to be in charge of LeT operations in South India, was a frequent visitor to Saudi Arabia and had stayed there for a few years.
A retired IIT professor was killed and four persons were injured in the December 28 attack outside the JN Tata auditorium in the IISC complex.
First Published: Jan 13, 2006 18:51 IST