Blast: Chidambaram has 'promising lead' but not 'conclusive'

P Chidambaram
New Delhi, Sep 9: The Union Home Minister, P Chidambaram on Friday, Sep 9, during a press conference admitted that they have received few "promising leads" but unfortunately those are not "conclusive leads" to unearth the main masterminds behind the Delhi bomb blast.

Delhi police and the investigating agency National Investigating Agency (NIA) have not yet received any concrete lead to track the real culprits who planted the bomb outside Delhi High Court on Sep 7.

Three mails have popped up so far claiming the responsibility of the terror attack outside the court. The first and second email came from HuJI and Indian Mujahideen respectively. Meanwhile, enhancing the confusion of the investigative team, another mail emerged in the scene accepting the responsibility of the blast.

However, the home minister claimed, "We are doing our best. We will do our best. I will give my utmost to ensure security is provided. We will reach the ideal people-police ratio."

Citing severe criticism over loose security in the national capital, Chidambaram informed, "We are recruiting more police personnel and training them. We are getting the best equipments. People must also cooperate with security forces. I know there is slackness in police. The average policemen stands for 14 hours a day, gets no offs for three weeks."

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