Bangalore, Feb 7: The Anti Terrorist Cell, Corps Of Detectives (CoD) and Bangalore city police have claimed to have cracked the Bangalore blasts case that rocked on July 25, last year. The team have arrested four more militants of who are said to be associates of India"s most wanted Lashkar-e- Toiba terrorists like Riaz Bhatkal and Touqueer.
The accused two are Sarfuddeen, son of Abdul Sattar, and Anwar, a radio repairer. They are residents of Mallapuram, Kannur and other parts of Kerala. As the scene of every bomb blast was a construction site, the accused had planted bombs by disguising themselves as labourers.
"After these attacks, the youths were sent to Kashmir region for training from Kerala via Hyderabad," one of the ATC officials said.
Apart from the four, 11 others are arrested in connection to the Bangalore blasts.
Mohammed Sami, Abdul Sattar alias Sainuddeen, Abdul Jaleel, Muhammad Faizal, Mujeeb, Abdul Jabbar, Naushad, Ahmed Bawa, Ali and Badaruddin are among the accused.
The plot was revealed to the city police by Sattar during his interrogation. The Bangalore police had got his custody from Hyderabad police. The city police also got the custody of Abdul Jaleel, Muhammad Faizal and Mujeeb recently from Kerala police and interrogation has revealed the involvement of other accused in the Bangalore blasts.
However, Touqeer played a major role in the Bangalore blasts.
OneIndia News (With inputs from Agencies)