“Eliminate PM Modi,” audio tape of blast convict Mohammed Rafiq goes viral, arrested again

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Mohammed Rafiq

The eight-minute long conversation, which was circulated on social media, was allegedly between Mohammed Rafiq, who has completed a jail term in the 1998 blast case and lives in Kuniyamuthur in Coimbatore, and a transport contractor called Prakash

The Hush Post: The Coimbatore Police has arrested a man responsible for serial blast in 1998 called Mohammed Rafiq.

His name surfaced after a telephonic conversation went viral on social media.

In that conversation, Rafiq is allegedly heard saying he is planning to kill Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The police said that the eight-minute long conversation, which was circulated on social media, was allegedly between Mohammed Rafiq, who has completed a jail term in the 1998 blast case and lives in Kuniyamuthur in Coimbatore, and a transport contractor called Prakash.
“The conversation was mainly related to finances about vehicles. But suddenly the blast convict was heard saying  ‘we have decided to eliminate (Prime Minister) Modi, as we were the ones who had planted bombs when (LK) Advani visited the city in 1998.”

The city of Coimbatore had to suffer serial bomb blasts in February 1998. Fifty eight  people were killed and property worth crores was damaged in that blast.

“I have many cases against me and have damaged more than 100 vehicles,” the man can be heard telling the contractor during the conversation police.
Coimbatore Police formed special police teams to investigate the recorded conversation and verify how genuine the contents of the tape are.

Meanwhile, the man has been arrested based on the conversation.

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