FSL refuses to decode Nayeem secret diary
FSL officials have returned Gangster Nayeem's diary to SIT officials, expressing difficulty to analyse the whole diary comprising of 400 pages. SIT officials have required the analysts to get answers for 50 questions from analysis of Forensic experts, as Nayeem used a code language in his diary. The secrets of Nayeem's dark empire can be revealed only on decoding the information in his diary about the people involved in mafia from political and official sources. SIT officials are expecting the analysis report from FSL by the end of April, after which police will file charge sheet in court.