Sharma's mother Parvati and sister-in-law Rekha were interrogated by a team of the Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) and released from custody late last night, police said. "If my son is a terrorist he must be punished. Due to his actions we are facing problems and shame," Ms Parvati told reporters in Muzaffarnagar after being questioned by the police.
Both Parvati and Rekha work as domestic workers in the district.
Police officers have been deployed at his residence and are keeping a close watch on the family.
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