The explosion that went unnoticed before Dilsukhnagar blasts

Pic: IBNLive
Pic: IBNLive

Prior to the explosions that took place at Dilsukhnagar in Hyderabad, there was another blast which went unnoticed. Around five kilometres from Abdullapurmet in Hayathnagar, Telangana, where Indian Mujahideen chief Yasin Bhatkal rented out a house, a blast was carried out at a hillock.

It was a sustained explosion, a National Investigation Agency official who was part of the probe informed OneIndia.

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Do we pay fine in old currency? Cheeky Yasin Bhatkal asked judge

yasinHyderabad, Dec 20: Can we pay the fine with demonetised notes, Yasin Bhatkal and the other Indian Mujahideen operatives asked in court.
Yasin, Zia-ur-Rehman alias Waqas, Assadullah Akthar, Ajaz Shaikh and Tehseen Akthar were sentenced to death after being found guilty in the Hyderabad, Dilsukhnagar blasts case.
The judge while handing out the sentence observed that the case fell under the definition of the rarest of rare cases. The court also observed that the convicts were beyond reform and hence they must be sent to the gallows.

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Yasin Bhatkal believed IS would break him out of jail

yasinHyderabad, Dec 20: Indian Mujahideen chief Yasin Bhatkal who was awarded a death penalty in the 2013 Dilsukhnagar blasts on Monday always believed that the Islamic State would save him by planning a major jail break.
He is currently lodged in a Hyderabad jail, Yasin was convicted and sentenced to death in connection with the Dilsukhnagar blasts case.

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Yasin Bhatkal, 4 others sentenced to death in Dilsukhnagar blast case

yasinA special court of the National Investigation Agency sentenced Indian Mujahideen leader, Yasin Bhatkal and four others to death in connection with the Hyderabad Dilsukhnagar blasts case on Monday.
The court held that the case falls under the category of the rarest of rare cases.

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Masala dosas, musk melons: Yasin Bhatkal’s demands in jail

yasinIndian Mujahideen chief Yasin Bhatkal, who was recently convicted in connection with the 2013, Dilsukhnagar blasts in Hyderabad, was one of the toughest criminals to crack.

A trained operative who had mastered the art of dodging investigators, Yasin has been a nightmare for interrogators.

“He was a very fussy person who always demanded something in exchange for information,” says an officer from Bengaluru who had questioned him.

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NIA wants death for Indian Mujahideen leader Yasin Bhatkal

yasinNew Delhi, Dec, 15: The National Investigation Agency will seek a death penalty for Indian Mujahideen operative Yasin Bhatkal who was recently convicted in connection with Hyderabad Dilsukhnagar blasts.

After convicting Yasin Bhatkal and others the court said that it would deliver its verdict on the quantum of the sentence on December 19.

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The rise and fall of India’s deadliest bomber Yasin Bhatkal

yasinBengaluru, Dec 14: A motivator, recruiter, logistic provider, bomb maker and then a leader. This is how the Intelligence Bureau dossier on Yasin Bhatkal describes him. One of the most dangerous terrorists, India has ever witnessed, Yasin Bhatkal was on Tuesday handed out his first ever conviction by a special National Investigation Agency court in connection with the Hyderabad Dilsukhnagar blasts case.

Whether he will hang or lead the rest of his life in jail is something that the court would decide on December 19 when it delivers its verdict on the quantum of sentence. Yasin Bhatkal’s rise in the Indian Mujahideen was a phenomenal one

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How the Intelligence Bureau tracked Riyaz Bhatkal to Pakistan

riyazBengaluru, Dec 14: For long Indian agencies believed that the founder of the Indian Mujahideen, Riyaz Bhatkal lived in Sharjah. One evening when a group of officials from the Intelligence Bureau were working on some leads relating to the IM, an ID called menothing1 popped up.
This was an ID that was created on the Nimbuzz messaging platform. The year was 2012 and it was for the first time that an electronic trail had been found. Riyaz was chatting with Yasin Bhatkal who was at that time the leader of the outfit. The IB officials tracked down this ID to Pakistan. It was then that they realized that the founder of the IM had made a home for himself in the Defence Colony in Karachi, Pakistan.

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Hyderabad blasts case: Indian Mujahideen boss Yasin Bhatkal, 4 others get first conviction

Hyderabad, Dec 13: Yasin Bhatkal was handed out his first conviction by a special court in connection with the Dilsukhnagar blasts. Yasin Bhatkal the chief of the Indian Mujahideen before he was arrested was found guilty by a special court of the National Investigation Agency on Tuesday.

yasinThe conviction was handed out under the provisions of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act of 1967 and the Indian Penal Code. Apart from Yasin, four others were also convicted by the court. The court while delivering the verdict said that the prosecution has managed to prove beyond reasonable doubt that the accused are guilty.

The court said that it would deliver the verdict on the quantum of the sentence on December 19. The NIA will seek a death penalty for Yasin Bhatkal and the others convicted by the court.

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Terror plot? 2 Pakistanis among 5 arrested in Bihar

terPatna, Oct 11: Five persons including two Pakistani nationals were arrested by the National Investigation Agency from Bihar in connection with a terror plot.
The five were arrested from the India-Nepal border at Raxaul, Bihar today. Incidentally this is the same place from where Indian Mujahideen chief, Yasin Bhatkal was arrested.

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