A four-member team of the Karnataka Anti-Terrorism Squad visited Narath, where 21 Popular Front of India (PFI) activists were arrested on April 23 for participating in a suspected arms training camp, on Sunday.
Sabu Thomas, Deputy Superintendent of Police, ATS, and three inspectors conducted the visit apparently to unearth any link between the camp and the blast in Bangalore on April 17.
The team collected evidence and held talks with District Police Chief Rahul R. Nair and other police officials. However, they were tight-lipped about the details of the visit and the discussions.
Three people have been arrested from Chennai and Madurai in the Bangalore blast case. Seventeen persons, 12 of them police personnel, were injured in the blast near the Bharatiya Janata Party office at Malleswaram. The police conducted raids in the Edakkad region on Sunday. The police are on the lookout for Kamarudhin, a PFI worker, who had fled from the building at Narath during the raid.