Varanasi blast: IM hacked WiFi to send email

Indian Mujahideen
Mumbai, Dec 9: Tracing the email, which was received after the Varanasi bomb blast, Mumbai police has found that it was sent by Indian Mujahideen terrorists after hacking a Wi-Fi connection registered in Navi Mumbai.

Police officials said that hacked Wi-Fi connection was registered in the name of Akhil Talreja, a DJ by profession. Earlier, police officials grilled Talreja in suspicion of the attack, but found that his Wi-Fi connection was used after hacking.

Police officials traced the email, which claimed that Varanasi bomb blast was planned by Indian Mujahideen in response to the Babri Masjid demolition, using its internet protocol (IP) number. The email was sent from the id,, using Talreja's Wi-Fi connection.

Meanwhile, a team of investigators from Mumbai police off to Varanasi to visit the blast site. Special investigators looking into the Delhi Jama Masjid attack were also involved in the team.

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