"I want to share something very sensitive with you. Last year in my own state of Bihar, Prime Minister (Narendra Modi) then was the Chief Minister of Gujarat and holding a rally. Some terrorist tried to disrupt it," Prasad said at a cyber security event organised by The Observer Research Foundation and industry body Ficci.
He recalled that a pen drive from a terrorist, who died while handling the bomb, was confiscated by police.
"The security division in my department showed it (pen drive) was in encrypted form, they decrypted it. I was amazed to find how many photographs they have stored which they proposed to target. Including four photographs of mine. I never knew I was so important," Prasad said.
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) filed a charge sheet against 10 people, including alleged activist of banned SIMI group Hyder Ali in the matter.

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