NEW DELHI: In a daring jailbreak, eight terrorists of the banned Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) escaped from Bhopal Central Jail early this morning after killing a security guard and scaling the prison wall using bed sheets.
“Eight SIMI activists escaped around 2-3am by killing a jail security guard,” DIG Bhopal Raman Singh told PTI.
They slit the guard’s throat with a steel plate and glass after overpowering him, the DIG said.
A hunt is on to nab the terrorists.
In 2013, seven terror suspects from SIMI cut the iron bars of a Khandwa jail’s bathroom window and escaped after stabbing two security guards. They stole rifles and wireless sets.
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