This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.
A terrorist suspect is interrogated by Karnataka police. He spills the beans on the extent of the network and its gameplan. There are 400 operatives spread across the cities and towns of the state. The cells use satellite phones to communicate with their headquarters in Pakistan. The interesting fact is not that all this is worrying in itself, but rather, that it has found itself into newspaper and television headlines before the 400 have been apprehended.
The Karnataka police, it would seem, need to exercise their grey cells a bit. Either that, or it’s a nice cover story, given the fact that the reports also mention that ‘narco analysis’ was used in the interrogation.
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