7 teenagers involved in Delhi High Court blast?

Delhi Blast
New Delhi, Sept 15: The investigators have achieved a breakthrough in the Delhi High Court blast case. The e-mail that was sent from a cyber cafe in Kishtwar town has now turned out as a key lead. The sources revealed that two class XI students who sent the e-mail claiming responsibility for the blast are actually a part of a core group of seven people.

In fact, five others in the age group of 25-35 years were involved in the actual planning and execution of the attack, who travelled to Delhi on September 5 to execute the plot. These minors were a part of the final meeting before the blast.

The two minors were arrested on Wednesday and have been sent to police remand. The National Investigation Agency (NIA) might possibly interrogate them over the next few days. Sources say their interrogation is extremely crucial for cracking the case.

Meanwhile, the family of the accused teenagers have claimed innocence. Nadira, one of the family members of the accused said, "My cousin is in school. Police should explain how he can send out a mail at 1:14 pm when he was at home till 1:40 pm."

The sources say that the system time of the computer used to send the e-mail was fudged to mislead the police. The next few days are extremely crucial for the NIA, with the agency planning to bring the minors to Delhi for questioning.

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