Delhi blast: NIA claims crucial breakthrough

An email sent by two minors from a Kishtwar cyber cafe has now given the NIA, which is investigating the Delhi blasts, a crucial lead in the Delhi blast case.

The NIA has claimed that the two minors were part of a 7-member core group, which actually executed the blast.

 Delhi blast: NIA claims crucial breakthrough

Special Weapons And Tactics members from the Delhi police keep vigil after cordoning off the site of a bomb blast outside the Delhi High Court. Reuters


While the two class eleven students sent the email and were part of the last meeting before the blast, the five others aged between 25 and 35 were responsible for the planning and execution of the blast.

The two have been arrested and sent for 10 days' remand. Sources also say the five travelled to Delhi on 5 September to carry out the last leg of the plot. The NIA will question the two minors in the coming days.

While the minors' families have denied the allegations against their kids, the NIA has defended the arrest. The investigations have led the NIA to different parts of India like Kolkata, Kishtwar, Meerut and Ahemedabad.

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Updated Date: Sep 15, 2011 10:12:42 IST