Mumbai Blasts 2011: ATS Chief vows to 'get the attackers'

Rakesh Maria
Mumbai, Jul 14: The Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) will take over the case of Mumbai blast attacks on Jul 13, said Rakesh Maria, additional director general of police (ATS).

He further said that the ATS and Crime Branch have been formed to probe angles of the case.

"We are examining all CCTV footages."

"We will find the accused and they will be booked no matter where they are," he said.

Appealing the people of the state to keep calm, the ATS Chief said that all angles were being probed and the culprits would soon be out.

"We will find the accused and to book no matter where they are," he said.

The terror strike left 17 dead and at least 131 injured. The Maharashtra government will give the injured a compensation of Rs 50,000 while the families of those killed would be given Rs 5,00000.

The government was heavily criticised by Politicians after terror struck. LK Advani, BJP leader criticising the government said that it was not the intelligence failure, but policy failure. While Narendra Modi issued another warning stating that this could be a dress rehearsal for more calamities to come.

Using the opportunity to hit out at the Congress led UPA government at the Centre, the Gujarat CM said that the terrorists were trying to prove that “the present Indian government can do no harm to them and that they are still capable of causing immense damage to the country."

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