[Read: Doval visits Burdwan site]
A report in bdnews24.com, an online newspaper in Bangladesh, said.
The report was also set to hand over details pointing to the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh's (JMB) plans to kill the two top leaders of Bangladeshi politics, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and Bangladesh National Party (BNP) supremo Khaleda Zia, another former prime minister, and throw the entire country into chaos.
The Indian home ministry was in the final stages of gathering the inputs it has received from the NIA and intelligence agencies like the Raw and Analytics Wing (RAW) and Intelligence Bureau (IB), said the Bangladeshi news report.
The report further added that the home ministry was taking time in collating the details for some details were surfacing every day and the ministry had to include them in its report.
On Monday, National Security Adviser Ajit Doval, along with the chiefs of the National Security Guards and IB visited Burdwan where the blast took place and also met West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee later. The Trinamool Congress government in the state had expressed its reservation over the NIA's involvement in the Burdwan blast probe, saying it was a deliberate attempt by the Centre to violate India's federal functioning by intervening into state subjects.
But the Indian home ministry said the matter did not remain a mere law and order one and involved securities of both India and Bangladesh.