Thiruvananthapuram: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) is conducting a search in C-apt (Centre for Advanced Printing and Training). About 28 parcels arrived at C-apt which were allegedly brought through diplomatic baggage.
The parcels were then brought to Malappuram in the vehicle of C-apt. The NIA team on Monday questioned the drivers in connection with this. The NIA had also questioned top C-apt officials during the first phase of the probe.
Minister K T Jaleel is the chairman of C-apt. The confidential documents of the government are printed at the C-apt. It is for the first time that parcels were brought from outside and transported in their vehicle.