Submitted by Editor on Mon, 2016-02-08 01:13 Bengaluru: The discovery of a mobile phone near the cell where terror suspect Mohammed Fahad alias Koya is lodged on Saturday night has shocked officials at the Parappana Agrahara central prison. The phone was found during a routine check by the prison staff around 10pm on Saturday. Prison officials said there was no SIM card in the phone and refused to speculate on whether Fahad could have used it. Pakistani national Fahad is a suspected member of the terror group Al-Badr terror. He was arrested in Mysuru in 2006. A few years ago, intelligence officials found that he and his associate Mohammad Ali Hussein had been using a mobile phone from central prison to keep in touch with their associates in Pakistan. The discovery resulted in the two being shifted to Gulbarga central jail.