Bangkok blast: Two Indians detained

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Two Indians have been taken into custody for questioning by Thai police after they were seen on CCTVs talking to a foreign suspect wanted in Thailand’s deadliest bombing at a Brahma temple in Bangkok, a media report said on Monday (September 7). The two Indians have been taken to a military camp for questioning, Nation quoted police as saying. “Nothing is really known so far about the Indians and it is not clear what the questioning is about,” sources told PTI. The two Indians, whose names were withheld, were taken away for questioning after Assistant Police Commissioner General Prawut Thawornsiri led 20 police and troops to search the Maimuna Garden Home apartment in Minburi at 9 PM last night. The two Indians were staying in the room next to the one where police found bomb making materials, Nation said. A foreigner who lived at the room and a Thai woman who rented the room for him are now wanted in the case. Thai police is closely combing areas in search of people behind the August 17 bomb blast at the popular Erawan Brahma Shrine which killed 20 people and injured more than 100 others.

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