Anti-Terrorist Squad claims a member of the Popular Front of India threatened an explosion.

Raj Mohammed (20), the accused, was arrested in Tamil Nadu on June 7 . Mohammed was in contact with people in Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan, according to ATS .

LUCKNOW: The man suspected of threatening to trigger blasts at RSS offices in Lucknow, Unnao, and four places in Karnataka is a member of the Popular Front of India, according to the UP Police anti-terrorist squad (ATS).Raj Mohammed (20), the accused, was arrested in Pudukkottai district in Tamil Nadu on June 7.Mohammed was in contact with people in Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan, according to ATS.Mohammed is a member of several social media networks to which he belongs.

Mohammed is a member of WhatsApp groups, according to a source, who claims to be based in Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan.The ATS is also probing Mohammed's bank accounts.According to reports, they discovered from local police that Mohammed was unemployed and had attempted suicide a few times before being rescued by local police.