Hyderabad, Jul 26 (UNI) The investigating agencies, which were set into motion after the twin blasts in Hyderabad on August 25 last year that claimed more than 50 lives, probing into the blasts occurred in various parts of the country, have obtained clues that the bomb planters in yesterday's Bangalore and today's Ahmedabad blasts were trained in Hyderabad.
According to official sources here, the perpetrators of the blasts procured Ammonium Nitrate base 'Neogel,' which was used in the twin blasts, Mecca Masjid blasts, Jaipur, Bangalore and Ahmedabad blasts from here.
''Most of the suspected activists of the terrorist organisations, who were taken into custody after the twin blasts, have confessed that they have a strong network in the country.'' The serial blasts that took place in different states, had given a hint that terrorists have set up hideouts in all capital cities in the country.
Terrorists, who are working with different terrorist organisations, were in constant touch with each other and were exchanging information before triggering these blasts, the sources said.
There was a possibility that the explosives were transported from Andhra Pradesh to other states, they added.
Meanwhile, State Additional Director General of Police (Law and order) A K Khan told UNI that ''we are analysing the blasts that took place in Bangalore and Ahmedabad within a gap of one day.
Earlier, they used to take more time to trigger the next blast. But, this time they have taken only one day to blast the bombs in two states. It has to be analysed closely.'' A special police team was already sent to Bangalore to study the blasts and another team would leave for Ahmedabad tomorrow, the sources added.
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