"In Mar 2008, Baig had been to Colombo after being called by Kagzi, an alleged former SIMI activist wanted in 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case, for training in making bombs. Along with Kagzi, one more person was present during the training," the official said. "The three had chosen Colombo as they thought it was a safe place and no security agency would have any doubt about their bomb-making activities. Moreover, Sri Lanka had visa-on-arrival facility then. After the training, they also decided as to through which mode of communication they would remain in contact in future," the ATS official said.
Kagzi had given Baig Rs 2.5 lakh to get a new identity and set up a base of radicals in Maharashtra, the source added. Baig, who was on the run as he is wanted in many cases in Pune, kept on changing his locations from Beed to Bhatkal in Karnataka to Udgir in Latur district of Maharashtra, where the conspiracy for the German bakery blast was hatched, the official said.
Baig was arrested from Pune in Sept 2010. Earlier today, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) lodged an FIR against arrested terror suspect Abu Jundal and Kagzi, who is absconding, for hatching the 26/11 attacks conspiracy and aiding the Pakistan-trained terrorists.