November 30th, 2011
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6 terrorists arrested by Delhi police

six arrested New Delhi: Six suspected Indian Mujahideen operatives, including two Pakistani nationals, were arrested from across the country. Those arrested were alleged to be involved in terror strikes in Delhi, Bangalore and Pune. Imran the brain behind the attack is missing. Police sources said that he is alleged to have provided finance and other logistics besides coordinating various modules.

Mr Imran had allegedly planted the bomb in a car outside Delhi’s Jama Masjid on September 19, 2010, the sources said. Investigators claimed the arrested persons were allegedly involved in the Pune German Bakery blast in February 13, 2010, blast in Bangalore’s Chinnaswamy Stadium during an IPL match in April 17, 2010 and firing and a blast in car outside Jama Masjid in September 19, 2010 ahead of Commonwealth Games in New Delhi.

Two Pakistani nationals — Mohammed Afzal and Mohammed Ajmal — were arrested along with Mohd Siddique, Zafar, Abdul Rehman and Irshad Khan, a senior police official said. Sources said they also looking for one Tauqeer, a top IM leader who is wanted in 2008 Delhi serial blasts and is suspected to be involved in the September 7 High Court blast.

Investigators claimed the arrested persons were allegedly involved in the Pune German Bakery blast in February 13, 2010, blast in Bangalore’s Chinnaswamy Stadium during an IPL match in April 17, 2010 and firing and a blast in car outside Jama Masjid in September 19, 2010 ahead of Commonwealth Games in New Delhi. Mr Afzal and Mr Ajmal were arrested from Madhubani in a fake passport case while Mr. Rehman and an engineering student Irshad Khan was apprehended from Chennai. Mr Siddique and Mr Zafar were arrested from Delhi, the official said.



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