Hyderabad blasts: Police quiz two-time terror survivor Abdul Mirza
Hyderabad: Abdul Wasey Mirza, a 23-year-old unemployed youth who became the victim of a terror attack for the second time on Thursday during the Dilsukhnagar twin blasts, has been questioned by police which is not treating him as a suspect.
"As part of the investigations we only recorded his statement as a witness along with others," Hyderabad Police Commissioner Anurag Sharma told a news agency today.
When asked if Wasey was being treated as a suspect in the case, he said, "Nothing like that."
A section of the media claimed that Wasey`s role in the twin bomb blasts was being suspected and that he was "grilled" by police.
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