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J-K Police detain a Delhi terror threat suspect

Jammu and Kashmir Police on Sunday claimed to achieve a break through in Delhi terror threat after nabbing a suspected youth.


Srinagar, May 2 : Jammu and Kashmir Police on Sunday claimed to achieve a break through in Delhi terror threat after nabbing a suspected youth.

According to J-K Police, one person has been detained in connection with terror threat after following an email trail.

The J-K Police are trying to locate a computer that may have been used by the detained person.

Police, however, stated that so far, they have not linked the man to a terrorist or separatist group in Kashmir following ongoing investigations.

A complete email trail is yet to be constructed, sources added.

Reportedly, sports bodies in UK, Canada and Australia have reportedly received an E-mail warning to not to send athletes to Delhi for the Games.

Sources said, these emails have been traced to servers in Pakistan.

Intelligence agencies also suspect that terrorists might be planning to target Commonwealth Games 2010 infrastructure, participants and organisers ahead of the Games.

ANI

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