Sardana linked to 2008 terror attacks: Goa CM

FIRSTPOST.COM, PANAJI | 21 March 2016 19:24 IST

In a significant disclosure, Goa Police have said that 45-year-old chartered accountant Samir Sardana, a former army officer's son who was arrested by the state anti-terrorism squad (ATS), is allegedly linked to the 2008 terror incidents in India.

According to documents tabled during the recently-concluded Monsoon session of the Goa legislative assembly, Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar, quoting a summary of the police investigation, has said that Sardana, son of a retired Indian Army major general, had as many as 35 e-mail IDs and of them only six have been examined by the investigating agencies so far. CLICK TO READ MORE

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