Bomb was wrapped in Indore's newspaper: police

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Bhopal, Oct 13 (UNI) Police are investigating into terrorist-links in Madhya Pradesh as the unexploded bomb found at the blast site of Ajmer dargah was wrapped in a newspaper published from Indore, police sources said today.

Mr Anand Rao Pawar, Director General of Madhya Pradesh Police, told UNI that the Rajasthan police had alerted the state's Intelligence wing after the bomb was recovered and investigations were being carried out accordingly.

During investigations into Thursday's explosion at the Dargah of Sufi sain/t Moinuddin Hasan Chisti, in which two people were killed and many injured, police recovered an unexploded bomb from the Dargah premises.

It was a coincidence that a bag purportedly used in the Samjhouta Express train explosion near Panipat in February killing 68 people was also manufactured in Indore and the Haryana police had carried out investigations in Madhya Pradesh also.

Meanwhile, since the role of Harkat-ul Jehadi Islam (HuJI) was suspected in the Ajmer blast, police is also looking into the possible links of Ujjain's Nayabuddin alias Munna, younger brother of Gujarat police fake encounter victim Sohrabuddin, with the militant outfit.


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