JMB operative arrested in Chennai, more inroads into Burdhwan, Bodhgaya blast cases

arrestChennai, Sep 10: A terrorist suspected to be associated with the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh has been arrested from Chennai.

The arrest comes in the wake of the National Investigation Agency (NIA) making several arrests from in connection with the Bodhgaya and Burdwan blasts case from South India.

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Patna bombs go beyond local gangs and naxals

patna-bihar-map_0A team of the National Investigating Agency which is assisting the Bihar police in probing the Patna bombs case says that the chances of this incident being related to either the naxals or the local gangs are remote.
Local gangs do not prepare such sophisticated bombs. The bombs that were found in the Patna apartment were extremely sophisticated in nature and had the capability of causing major damage, Jitender Rana, the SSP (Senior Superintendent of Police) part of the investigations informed OneIndia.Read more

IM’s deadliest modules

termodThe second chargesheet by the NationalĀ  Investigation Agency gives a clear picture of the man that is Yasin Bhatkal. He without a doubt has created, nurtured and developed possibly the most dangerous modules in the country. The National Investigation Agency names four modules of the Indian Mujahideen set up by Yasin Bhatkal- Darbhanga, Ranchi, Samstipur, Goa and Mangalore.
Let us now observe the role of each of these modules, their strengths and goals. All these modules were set up under the leadership of Yasin with the help of his aides namely, Assadullah Akthar, Manzar Imam, Ujjair Ahmed and others.

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Political conspiracy behind blast?

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The National Investigation Agency has its task cut out as it commences its probe into the Patna serial blast which killed 5 persons today. An officer with the agency told rediff.com that it appears to be very similar to the Bodhgaya blasts.
From what we are gathering it is clear that the composition and the manner in which the bombs were planted were similar in nature. The Bodhgaya blasts too were lower in intensity and a similar timer appears to have been used, the officer also pointed out.

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