Friday, 30 August 2013

Co-Founder Of Indian Mujahideen Militant Group Got Arrested.

The arrest of Yasin Bhatkal has been announced on Thursday, August 29 in India, He is amongst most-wanted men in the country, blamed for killing hundreds in the serial attacks and he is the co-founder of Indian Mujahideen militant group.

Bhatkal is in the police custody in the northern state of Bihar and was arrested near the porous border with Nepal, “He is being interrogated,” said the home minister Sushil Kumar. “Intelligence agencies that were involved cannot be disclosed” Shinde told to the reporters in New Delhi.

Following the serial blast in Uttar Pradesh, in November 2007 Indian Mujahideen came to public attention that is banned now. Including Mumbai, Bangalore, New Delhi and Pune it is accused of a number of attacks.

In the western city of Pune on the German Bakery restaurant in 2010 when a bomb placed in a rucksack killed 17 people, Bhatkal was named as a co-conspirator over that attack including five foreigners. Reports revealed that on CCTV footage Bhatkal was captured in the restaurant planting the bomb shortly before the blast.

For Indian Security forces His arrest on Wednesday evening is another success following the detention earlier this month of alleged top militant Abdul Karim Tunda, who is thought to be a senior member of the LeT.

Bhatkal, from the southern state of Karnataka, was arrested in 2008 in the city of Kolkata but was able to flee after being granted bail by officers who were unaware of his identity, the India News reported.

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