Indian court reduces sentence imposed on two accused of conspiring to carry out attacks in Sri Lanka by reviving LTTE
They submitted an undertaking to the court that they would leave India and not be involved in law and order issues, The Hindu reported.
The police recovered cyanide capsules, chemicals used to make cyanide, mobile phones, Indian and Sri Lankan currency notes, driving licences issued in India and Sri Lanka and other documents.
Further, the case of the prosecution was that Krishnakumar confessed and disclosed the involvement of Subaskaran alleged to have helped in transacting funds collected from LTTE sympathisers.
They submitted an affidavit wherein they gave an undertaking that they would leave India, soon after the completion of the criminal appeal and further gave assurance that they will not be involved in law and order issues.