ATS had accurate information about Munir of Muzaffarnagar, and raided the right place in Meerut, but it was late
Security agencies launched a nationwide campaign to nab the active members of the Popular Front of India (PFI). In this sequence, the ATS team reached Delhi Gate on Thursday morning and raided a house. The team that the team had come in search of was not found, but the team took three of his relatives into custody and interrogated him.
The location was found near Ghantaghar
In the case of terror funding, action against the members of PFI had started from late Wednesday night itself. According to sources, a team of ATS reached the Dehli Gate police station. The ATS was looking for a person named Munir, a resident of Muzaffarnagar. His location was found near the clock tower. The team along with the police station raided a house. Munir could not be found, but the team took three of his relatives into custody. All were taken to the police station and questioned. After that, the team returned. The police released everyone by writing their names, addresses, mobile numbers, and other information.
Relatives were sleeping, and the team reached
When the ATS raided at four in the morning, the family members were sleeping. The team opened the door and explained the action. The people around did not even know about it. Sources say that Munir had left the place shortly before the team's action.
came for treatment
There is a buzz that Munir is ill. He had come to the district hospital for his treatment. Because of this, he was living in a relationship. At the same time, the other discussion is that Munir's wife is ill. He had come with his wife only for his treatment. However, the police say that the ATS team has kept the entire action confidential.
Dabish was discussed throughout the day
The ATS knew exactly where Munir was staying, so the team first reached the police station and then directly raided the same house where he was staying. The police also searched one or two nearby houses, but he was nowhere to be found. At the same time, after the team left, when people came to know about the raid, discussions continued throughout the day.