Indian Mujahideen commander Yasin Bhatkal, one of India's most wanted terrorists, was arrested on Wednesday night by intelligence agencies. He will brought to New Delhi on Friday in a special aircraft, reports said.
The Indian Mujahideen co-founder is suspected to be involved in a number of lethal bombings and terror strikes of which the most prominent are:
* 23 November, 2007: Six consecutive blasts in Uttar Pradesh. More than 15 people killed.
* 13 May, 2008: A series of nine synchronised bombs explode in Jaipur within a span of 15 minutes. Sixty people killed and over 200 injured.
* 25 July 2008: A series of nine bombs explode in Bangalore. Two people killed and 20 injured.
* 26 July 2008: Ahmedabad rocked by 21 bomb blasts within a span of 70 minutes. Fifty six people killed and over 200 injured.
* 13 September 2008: A series of five bomb blasts rock Delhi, killing 30 people and injuring over 100.
* 13 February, 2010: A bomb explodes at the German Bakery in Pune, killing 17 people and injuring over 60.
* 19 September 2010: Two gunmen on a bike fire at Taiwanese tourists near Delhi's Jama Masjid injuring two people. A few hours later a car parked around 150 metres from the firing spot catches fire due to the impact of a minor blast.
* 7 December 2010: A bomb blast in Uttar Pradesh's Varanasi city kills a minor girl and injures over 30 people.
* 13 July, 2011: A series of three coordinated bomb explosions in Mumbai kill 26 people. Over 136 people injured.
* 21 February, 2013: Two bomb blasts at Dilkushnagar in Hyderabad kill 17 people and injure over 100.
* 7 July 2013: A series of 10 bombs explode in and around Mahabodhi Temple complex in Bodh Gaya, Bihar, injuring five people.
Updated Date: Aug 30, 2013 08:42:26 IST