Wednesday, 28 March 2012

Men who had helped Irani in car bombing quizzed
Men who had helped Irani in car bombing quizzed
Clean Media Correspondent 
New Delhi: Mar 28: (CMC)   Probing the activities of Iranian national Houshand Afshar Irani charged with bombing an Israeli diplomat's car on February 13, Delhi Police have traced two people, who had allegedly helped him in procuring female escorts, and interrogated them. 
The two people - one from Central Delhi and the other from Northwest Delhi - were called by sleuths of Special Unit of Delhi Police and questioned them at length. 
The two were released after questioning and officials associated with the probe said the exercise was to know more about the activities of Irani against whom India has secured an Interpol Red Corner notice. 
Police are looking for a pimp and two to three call girls who were allegedly engaged by Irani during his two visits to the national capital this year and in 2011. 

One of the persons quizzed by Delhi Police said 39-year-old Irani had met him near Connaught Place in Central Delhi after the alleged bomber had obtained his telephone number from the classified section of a newspaper which claimed to provide "female escorts", they said. 
After that, during his fortnight-long stay each time in 2011 and this year February, Irani had engaged two to three female escorts, a lead in the probe which had been provided by the hotel staff in central Delhi. This was further corroborated by the telephone number used by the alleged bomber. 
Besides Irani, Delhi Police secured Interpol's warrant of arrest against 50-year-old Seyed Ali Mahdiansar, 47-year-old Mohammareza Abol Ghashemi (both alleged conspirators) and 31

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