Mangaluru: Satellite phones ring on K'taka-Kerala border as 2 get arrested in cooker blast

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Jan 7: Satellite phone signals were detected in the border areas of Karnataka and Kerala on Thursday. This has caused concern as NIA arrested two students in connection with the cooker bomb blast on the same day itself.

Satellite phones were found to be active in border areas of Kasaragod and Panaje. The Central Intelligence department has detected the signals. Kerala special branch police and cops of the Dakshina Kannada district are investigating further.

Earlier, a satellite phone signal was detected on November 18, the previous day of the cooker bomb blast in Mangaluru. It was detected at Kakanje forest area near Bantwal.

From June 1 to 10, 2022, a satellite phone was found active in four spots of the coastal region and Malnad including Natekal on the outskirts of Mangaluru, Kulai and the forest area of Yellapur in Uttara Kannada district. Sources say that the callers to these satellite phones are yet to be traced.

Police team has detected that Inmarsat and Thuraya Jio Synchronous systems were used during the satellite phone calls. But the police team is yet to find the exact location of the satellite phone signals. 






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