State police intelligence officials say that as per the information provided by Delhi police Waqas was staying in Munnar in the pretense of a tourister in a cottage named 'When will you stay'.
Police say that the Pakistani national was faking as Nabil Ahamed of Pune.
Children can enjoy outdoor or indoor learning in the specially developed village.“Violent crime will not be tolerated and the sentences passed should serve as a deterrent to others.” Anyone with information about those suspected of being involved in violent crime can contact police on 101, or pass information anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.The arrested Pakistani national and suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorist Zia-ur-Rehman alias Waqas will be brought to Kerala by Delhi police on Saturday to investigate about his three month long stay in hilly terrain of Munnar.A 15-year-old boy from Bradford, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was also jailed for six and a half years at Bradford Crown Court last Thursday.(July 20) Hussain, of Fearnsides Terrace in Girlington, was not present in court for the sentencing after absconding during the trial. Among the offences he was sentenced for was a robbery in St Matthew’s Grove in Wilsden last October, where a man in his 40s was dragged from his Volkswagen Golf R and tasered by men with weapons.