Revealed: Patna blasts terrorists were 'motivated' by Gujarat riots

Patna, Nov 1: The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has found some more clues in the Patna serial blasts case that claimed six lives and left over 80 injured at Gandhi Maidan last week, the venue of the BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi's Hunkar rally.

According to a report, during interrogation, one of the arrested terror suspect suspect revealed that behind the Patna serial blasts, there is a connection of Saddam Hussain and Israel.

But, don't be surprised as here Saddam Hussain and Israel are the names of two persons who helped terrorists in executing the entire terror attack.

An NIA source said that one of the terror suspect, identified as Tavish, took refuge for a month at the home of an official, Israel Nafees, who was reportedly working with Bihar's statistics department.

According to Tavish, the son of Israel Nafees, Saddam Hussain helped him in hatching the conspiracy of Patna serial blasts.

He also revealed that he met Hussain last year and they befriended each other. The terror attack plan was conspired at Hussain's home, he added.

After this revelation, the police reportedly detained Hussain and Israel, the father-son duo in connection with the case.

Terror accused were 'motivated' after they were shown CDs of Gujarat riots.

During questioning, Hussain is said to have confessed to his alleged involvement in the crime. But, his father, Israel Nafees was released.

Tavish also admitted that he and other Indian Mujahidden (IM) terrorists Tehsin, Imtiyaz Haidar and Taufiq were 'motivated' to carry out serial bomb blasts after they were shown CDs of Gujarat riots 2002.

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