is almost an year since a blast took place at Church Street in Bengaluru which claimed the life of an innocent mother. On Dec 28, 2014, at around 8.33 pm, a bomb went off at Church Street which claimed one life. The incident gathered nation wide attention for a lot of reasons which included the venue being such a high profile and crowded one.
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Bengaluru, Feb 26: The Bengaluru police will bring down two suspects for questioning in connection with the Church Street blasts. The two persons Haider Ali and Riyaz had been arrested in connection with the Patna serial blasts and the Bodhgaya blasts.
The police have obtained their body warrant from a Patna court. They will be brought down to Bengaluru for questioning.
While many may question how much longer it is going to take for the Bengaluru police to crack the 50 day old Church Street Blast case, the investigators claim that they have made sufficient headway in the probe.
Yesterday Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru city informed the media that they have vital information and two outfits are under the scanner. He also said that very soon information regarding the breakthrough would be given out.
The Bengaluru police claims that it has made some headway in the Church Street blasts case. Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru City, M N Reddi informed the media today that it had made some headway in the probe.
There is concrete evidence that has emerged from the case and very soon we will arrest the accused persons in the case, he also pointed out.
The probe update into the Church Street blast does not look too appealing where the technical side of it is concerned. There is CCTV footage which shows men moving around suspiciously but nothing has been ascertained so far.
First grab: Deputy Commissioner of police Sandeep Patil says that in the first grab they have found two men on a scooter moving around suspiciously around the spot where the blast occurred.