Police search for Dr Zafar’s passport

The Central Crime Branch (CCB) team on Wednesday reportedly hunted for one of the terror suspects, Dr Zafar Solapur’s passport at his home in Hubli. According to sources, Dr Zafar was one of the two suspects in the modules busted. However, after extensive search and questioning of his parents, the CCB sleuths apparently returned empty-handed.

According to Dr Zafar’s father Sheikh Rafiq Ahmed, the passport was lost and the police questioning focussed on his trips abroad. The family promised the police that it will be handed over to them after they found it. The CCB team was, in fact, waiting for Sheikh Rafiq Ahmed’s family since 3 am on Wednesday. The house was locked as the family was on its way to Hubli from Bengaluru. Police entered Zafar’s house only when the family returned to Hubli at 5.30 am by the Rani Channamma Express train. “We will extend all cooperation to the police and hand over all documents to them as ours is a dignified family with four doctors and an engineer. We will also face the trail successfully after my son is produced before the court on September 13”, Dr Zafar’s father and Assistant Conservator of Forest (ACF) Sheikh Rafiq Ahmed said.

Another terror suspect, Abdul Hakim Jamadar, also from Hubli, had confessed that he and Dr Zafar had been to Pakistan through Iran in December 2011 and that they had met ISI agents in Karachi. Sources said that CCB sleuths visited several places in Hubli-Dharwad to gather information about the links of terror suspects with outlawed organizations. Meanwhile, the internal security division (ISD) team has completed the interrogation of the families of all 11 terror suspects who hail from the city. The CCB team will head for Bagalkot to enquire about another terror suspect, Mohammed Yusuf Nalaband. They are expected to question his mother at Killa locality on Friday.

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