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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

INTERNATIONAL TERROR:'Funds for terror activities come from Saudi'!

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Vikram Sharma Express News Service / Last Updated : 03 Aug 2011 11:24:36 AM IST.

HYDERABAD: In early 1990s when Syed Salahuddin visited a hospital in the city where his relative was admitted, he was struck by what he felt was bias against his community. The nurse and other staff at the hospital did not respond to him the way they should have, he felt.
Growing up, he saw the demolition of Babri Masjid and soon joined the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), an organisation that was banned in 2001.
He became a prominent leader in SIMI and in 1999, became the all-India president of the outfit.
Presently in the custody of Andhra Pradesh police after he was brought from Ujjain jail recently, Salahuddin’s five-day custody came to an end on Tuesday.
Intelligence agencies grilled him on various aspects including his alleged role in Nov 2002 bomb blast at Sai Baba Temple at Dilsukhnagar.
Salahuddin denied involvement in the offence. “My name appeared in the media and I fled. But I do not know why my name was being linked.” Salahuddin fled to Dubai in 2002 and worked as a civil engineer before his arrest by Dubai authorities on charges of cheating.
He further told interrogators from counter intelligence cell, Intelligence Bureau and National Investigating Agency: “Most agencies think that Dubai is the hub for fundamentalists and terrorists but it is not. It is Saudi Arabia where all meetings take place and it is from here that all funds are received for terror activities.”

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