(BosNewsLife) – Police in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh have arrested a “prime suspect” who was allegedly part of a Hindu militant group blamed for the “gruesome” killing of two native Christian missionaries last month, BosNewsLife learned Monday, June 27. The accused, who police sources identified only as ‘Goverdhan’, an auto rickshaw driver, was detained following a joint operation by special security forces and the the Counter-Intelligence team of the police in the state capital Hyderabad , BosNewsLife learned. Police say Goverdhan and two other, still fugitive, militants are believed to have abducted and killed 35-year old Pastor K Daniel who was found murdered in the town of Shamshabad near the Hyderabad on May 20. The body of Pastor Isaac Raj, who was 55, was discovered on May 25 in the Golconda area, just outside the state capital. Daniel, was allegedly killed Thursday May 19, by “Hindu extremists”, the day when a court acquitted fellow militants in the murder of another, Australian, missionary and his two children, local missionary sources told BosNewsLife earlier.