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Sahanur used Anundoram Borooah award laptops

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BARPETA, Jan 31 � Sahanur Alom, who is now in custody of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for his involvement in the Burdwan blast, used to purchase the laptops received by poor students under the Anundoram Borooah Award scheme, and used them for jehadi activities.

It is learnt that the NIA has information about 10 to 15 such computers and has managed to confiscate three of those. The laptops contain very volatile information regarding anti-national activities of the Jamat-ul Mujahideen, Bangladesh in the State.

The purchasing agent engaged by Sahanur used to search for awardee students who needed money, and buy the computers from them. Though the Central investigation agency collected information about such students and questioned them a few days back, nothing incriminating was found against them.

The contents of the computers will probably provide valuable leads in the investigation process, which will lead to more arrests and help uproot the jehadi network.

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Sahanur used Anundoram Borooah award laptops

BARPETA, Jan 31 � Sahanur Alom, who is now in custody of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) for his involvement in the Burdwan blast, used to purchase the laptops received by poor students under the Anundoram Borooah Award scheme, and used them for jehadi activities.

It is learnt that the NIA has information about 10 to 15 such computers and has managed to confiscate three of those. The laptops contain very volatile information regarding anti-national activities of the Jamat-ul Mujahideen, Bangladesh in the State.

The purchasing agent engaged by Sahanur used to search for awardee students who needed money, and buy the computers from them. Though the Central investigation agency collected information about such students and questioned them a few days back, nothing incriminating was found against them.

The contents of the computers will probably provide valuable leads in the investigation process, which will lead to more arrests and help uproot the jehadi network.