Bangalore, Sept 23: The Indian Mujahideen (IM) co-founder Yasin Bhatkal, who was brought from Delhi to Hyderabad on a transit warrant on Monday, may be brought to Bangalore next week.
According to reports, the Bangalore police could not get a chance to interrogate Bhatkal, when it had send its special team of investigating officers to the national capital.
The Bangalore police team has already sent a request to question Bhatkal to the Union Ministry of Home Affairs. After getting response from the MHA, the police team along with a senior officer will again head to Delhi to gain his access.
It has been reported that Bhatkal may be brought to Bangalore next week by the NIA sleuths to probe his alleged activities and terror-links in the city.
Bhatkal was chargesheeted in the Chinnaswamy Stadium blasts of April 17, 2010 and at the time of blasts, he was reportedly hiding in Tumkur along with his three aides.
Bhatkal was chargesheeted in the Chinnaswamy Stadium blasts of April 17, 2010.
Mohammad Ahmad Siddibapa alias Yasin Bhatkal, who is in the custody of National Investigation Agency (NIA), was brought to Hyderabad amid tight security, in connection with last year's Dilsukhnagar twin blasts that claimed at least 18 lives.
Last week, Asadullah Akhtar, a close associate of Bhatkal was brought to Hyderabad where he reportedly confessed to his role in the Dilsukhnagar blasts and agreed to have planted the explosives on bicycles.
Since his arrest from Indo-Nepal border on August 28, Bhatkal has been taken to various parts of the country by the NIA team to know the details of terror attacks, he has carried out.