"Definitely, the government and police will verify these facts. There is every apprehension of such a thing. If it is proved, then the government will act as per law", Singh told reporters here.
He was replying to a question on the revelation that three Hyderabad-based cousins who were arrested for allegedly planning to join jihadi terror groups had been looking to meet Andrabi using the name of their late uncle, the former chief of Students Islamic Movement of India, Syed Salahuddin.
"Mohd Abdulla Basith, Maaz Hasan Farooq and Syed Omer Farooq Hussaini had no direct connection with Andrabi, nor did she know them.
"After reaching Srinagar, they wanted to meet her using their uncle's name and seek her help to cross the border and reach Jalalabad in Afghanistan", said a senior officer of the special investigation team of Hyderabad police.
Andrabi is a leader of the separatist Kashmiri women's group, Dukhtaran-e-Millat.

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