Jaipur, May 15 (UNI) Terrorist outfit Indian Mujhahideen has owned responsibilty for Tuesday's serial blasts in the Pink City that claimed 63 lives and seriously wounded 216 others and warned of more terror strikes in the country, particularly in the desert state.
However, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje has expressed doubt over genuineness of the claim.
Some ''Guru-al-Hindi'' of the outfit claimed responsibilty in an e-mail sent to two TV channels last night and sent vIdEo clippings showing a cycle with a bag by its carrier, believed to be used in carrying blast in Chandpol here on Tuesday.
One of the channels reportedly forwarded the e-mail along with vIdEo clippings to the Rajasthan Police.
The Police and other investigating agencies were examining the clippings, a Police Spokesman said.
However, Chief Minister Raje has expressed doubt over genuineness of the message as well as clippings.
Talking to reporters here this afternoon, Ms Raje said a Special Investigation Team(SIT) was investigating into the e-mail and clippings but all were required to be careful as it might be a ploy to mislead.
The sender of the e-mail''Guru-al-Hindi'' has also threatened for more terror strikes in Rajasthan and other parts of the country.
According to reports, intelligence agencies too foresaw possibility of terror strike at some religious and/or crowded places in cities like Jaipur, Ajmer and Nathdwara.
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