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Identity parade of Aditya Rao postponed


Team Udayavani, Feb 27, 2020, 4:12 PM IST

Mangaluru: A proposed identity parade of Aditya Rao, who had allegedly planted live explosives at Mangalore International Airport, was postponed following his ill health.

Arrangement to conduct the identity parade of the accused, on Wednesday with 15 witnesses in attendance had been made. However Aditya Rao was admitted to District Wenlock Hospital two days ago after he was found to be suffering from Malaria.

ACP K U Belliappa who is investigating into the case had documented the statements of 50 witnesses.

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