The ATS had been checking the computers of the engineering firm located in a commercial complex in the Chembur, an eastern suburb here. The terrorists have used the Telecom service provider MTNL to send the mail. On Saturday, Sep 13 Delhi police revealed that the pre-informing e-mail was sent to media houses from the metropolis, after which Cyber Crime Cell of Mumbai Police started its investigation into the matter. The e-mail -- '12 Ramadan, 1429 AH' said, 'Vacate the land of Babri as soon as you can.' It further said, 'Your oppression will always be revenged. Inshallah, though after years to come. Never assume that we have forgotten the demolition of Babri Masjid and by Allah we can never forget it.'
The e-mail complains about what it calls the media's biased reporting about the recent anti-Christian violence in Orissa and the weak and insufficient media coverage of the bomb blasts in Kanpur in which two Bajrang Dal activists died.
It threatened 'disastrous consequences of the injustice and oppression inflicted upon the Muslims all over the country.' This is the second time that a pre-informing e-mail about serial blasts in a major city was sent from the city. Earlier, an e-mail relating to the Ahmedbad serial blasts on July 26 was sent from Navi Mumbai, about 40 km away form the city.