Panaji, June 15: In the arrest of Virendra Tawde, the Central Bureau of Investigation has got several clues relating to the murder of rationalist, Narendra Dabholkar.
In addition to this the probe agencies also hope to crack a series of other cases which include the 2009 Goa blast and also the murders of M M Kalaburgi and Govind Pansare.
The National Investigation Agency which is probing the Goa blast case is likely to question Tawde soon. The CBI has analysed the 25 calls made between Tawde and Sarang Akolkar in connection with the Goa blast. The CBI had last week arrested Tawde a doctor in connection with the murder of Dabholkar.
Four bird in one stone:
With the arrest of Tawde, the CBI feels that four cases have become stronger. The murders of Pansare and Kalaburgi are inter-connected to the Dabholkar killing.
IT as revealed during the probe that Tawde and the rest were upset and the main trigger for the killings were the anti superstition bill in Karnataka. They were also equally upset with Kalaburgi who had made remarks that hurt the sentiments of Hindus.
Further Tawde during the interrogation revealed that they planned on setting up an army of 15,000 people only to target anti Hindus.
Further the role of Tawde in connection with the Goa blast too has cropped up. In fact it was Tawde who spoke with Malgonda Patil who died while the bomb was being transported in Goa.