Lucknow, May 16 (UNI) Even as the special team of Uttar Pradesh's Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS) today returned from Jaipur after studying the serial blasts case, the recovery of a visiting card from an abandoned car near Jaipur railway station has again linked the blast to the state.
The eight-member team of the ATS returned here today after staying in Jaipur for two days to study and assist the Rajasthan police in breaking the case.
According to reports, a visiting card bearing the name Afzal with a Lucknow address was recovered last night from an abandoned Esteem car near the pink city's railway station.
When police Lucknow enquired about the address it was found that Afzal had given his neighbour's address in his visiting card. Afzal had stayed with his family for about one year in Hassanganj area and had left the area five months back.
Police was suspecting the visiting card, as on its backside was written ''Jinda rahe to phir milenge''.
Refusing to elaborate further, police here said the matter was still being investigated.
When mediapersons went to the house in Hassanganj where Afzal stayed, house owner Asif said he used to sell kashmiri shawl in the nearby areas and lived along with the family. He had left the house five months back and they do not know anything about it.
Meanwhile, senior police officials here said there is no further breakthrough in the cyber cafe case of Sahibabad and UP police has handed over the case to the Rajasthan police, who are investigating the contemporaneous blast case.
On the other hand the officials confirmed that the SMS sent to the UP DGP Vikram Singh over threat on HAL was only a 'prank' and very soon the people behind the mischievous act would be caught.
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