The Particular Investigation Workforce (SIT) probing the safety breach at West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’ s residence in Kalighat, Kolkata on Monday mentioned Eleven SIM playing cards had been present in possession of the intruder Hafizul Mollah (30) who made calls to Bihar, Jharkhand and Bangladesh utilizing these SIM. The investigating workforce additionally revealed that Mollah allegedly visited Bangladesh final 12 months and was involved with criminals in Mumbai, Gujarat and Bihar. Nonetheless, the character of the dialog continues to be not identified, reported information company PTI.
The accused had swum throughout to Bangladesh throughout final 12 months’s Durga Puja and stayed there for a couple of days, the investigation additional revealed.
“There are indications that Mollah may be linked to a terror outfit. However nothing has been established as but,” PTI quoted a senior Kolkata police officer as saying.
Earlier, Mollah had recced Mamata Banerjee’ s residence a minimum of seven instances and allegedly clicked images of her residence utilizing his cell phone. He additionally lured native youngsters with toffees with a view to collect details about the home in Kalighat space, reported PTI.
“This man has been visiting the locality for fairly a while. He has been there a minimum of seven instances. Each time he was there, he had given toffees to youngsters and tried to get data from them relating to the CM’s residence. We now have discovered a number of images of the CM’s home on his cell phone,” a senior Kolkata Police officer was quoted as saying by PTI
Within the intervening night time of July 2-3, Hafizul Mollah gave a slip to safety guards and entered the residence of Mamata Banerjee with an iron rod. He remained inside until he was caught by the safety guards within the morning.
An eight-member Particular Investigation Workforce (SIT) has been fashioned to investigate concerning the lapses which permitted Mollah to enter the Z-Plus safety cowl at Mamata’s residence.
Mollah was introduced in court docket on Monday and was granted police custody until July 18.