Mumbai, May 25 (ANI): Abdul Samad Bhatkal, a key accused in Pune's German Bakery blast was produced in a Mumbai court on Tuesday.
Bhatkal, who was arrested by the Mumbai Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) on Monday, was produced in the Mazgaon court amid heavy media presence.
He was arrested on his arrival to Mangalore from Dubai.
Sleuths had begun tracking the movements of Bhatkal after scanning the CCTV footage of the blast site.
Bhatkal had moved to Dubai 12 days after the explosion and had returned on Monday after his visa expired.
The Pune blast, which killed seventeen people and wounded at least 57, was seen as the first major attack on India since the 2008 Mumbai terror attack.
The bakery is located in Koregaon Park, which is close to the Osho Ashram and the Chabad House, a Jewish prayer house, frequented by numerous foreigners and tourists. (ANI)