Police detain two suspects in Gaya for suspicious activity, being questioned by officials – India Today

The Gaya police on Wednesday afternoon picked up two persons after getting a tip-off about their suspicious movement in the area. Both the suspects were picked up from a cyber cafe operating in Rajendra Ashram area of Gaya.

According to sources, both the suspects visited the cyber cafe at around 3 pm and began surfing the internet. The owner of the cyber cafe found that the content which these two suspects were surfing was suspicious and therefore informed the local police immediately, following which the police picked them up.

Both suspects are presently being questioned by senior officers of the Gaya police and official from Intelligence Bureau. The police is trying to ascertain as to which place they belong to and what brought them to Gaya.

This incident comes in the wake of a 15-day “Pitrapaksh” mela being organised in Gaya, which is thronged by scores of tourists and devotees, both domestic and international. The officials are questioniing both the suspects extensively.

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