Hyderabad, Sep 16: The Special Investigation Team (SIT), probing into the August 25 twin blasts case here, has failed to elicit any 'authentic' information from two arrested persons, who were subjected to Narco Analysis test in Bangalore Forensic Lab recently.
According to police sources here, the information extracted from Kaleem and Imran Khan, alleged associates of HUJI leaders Abu Hamza and Shahed alias Bilal, who was reportedly killed in Pakistan on September 30, would not help to achieve a breakthrough in the investigation.
''So far, we have arrested some persons suspected to have provided shelter to the terrorists before the Mecca Masjid blasts and twin blasts. They revealed only the involvement of Shahed in these terror strikes. There was no vital clue about the whereabouts of Bilal and Abu Hamza'', sources said.
''Both of them were also not able to give any information on the 10 kg RDX, being transported to Hyderabad city from Bangladesh, where the HUJI leaders were allegedly hiding.'' There was no progress in the investigation after the arrest of some suspected persons. As part of the investigation, police and special teams were tracking the movments of some persons'.
Sources from Forensic Laboratory had already said that Imran had not revealed anything on his suspected connection with the 2005 terror attack on the Indian Institute of Science shootout in the narco and brain mapping tests.