New Delhi, Aug 19 (UNI) The Delhi Police today filed a chargesheet against three alleged Huji militants arrested for planning to carry out a bomb blast in the national capital.
Delhi Police, on May 1, had received secret information that Huji militants were planning to carry out a bomb blast in Delhi. Based on this tip-off, Mohammad Iqbal, alias Abdul Rehman, on May 21, was arrested from New Delhi Railway Station and more than three kg of explosives, timer devices and electronic detonators were recovered from his Janakpuri residence.
Iqbal confessed that he was trained by Jalaluddin, alias Hamid, a West Bengal-based Huji militant, in the year 2002 and was sent to Bangladesh and Pakistan for training. When Jalaluddin was arrested in connection with the Varanasi blast, Iqbal was called from Bangladesh for a bomb blast in Delhi.
Another militant, Nazrul Islam, was also arrested. Special cell of Delhi Police filed the chargesheet under sections 120(B), 121, 122 of IPC and sections 4 and 5 of the Explosives Act.
Additional Chief Metropolitan Megistrate Kanwaljeet Arora issued production warrants for all the three accused for tomorrow.
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