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ATS still clueless about identity of uncliamed body in 7/11

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Mumbai, Aug 24 (UNI) The Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS) probing the 7/11 Mumbai blasts is yet to ascertain the identity of the unclaimed body as it released two photographs of the victim's face on the basis of its reconstruction using a clay model.

The unclaimed body, suspected to be that of a terrorist involved in the blasts in seven suburban trains, was found with only the upper torso and skull that was badly damaged. The police took help of forensic experts and reconstructed the face of the victim with a clay model.

Assistant Commissioner of Police K P Raghuvanshi told mediapersons today, ''We made a clay model of the body and have released two photographs, one with teeth and another without it. We appeal people to come forward and provide information about the victim.'' Further, talking about the recent encounter, he said Mohammed Ali, who died in an encounter had come to Mumbai about three-four days back and was supposed to cause disturbunce during the Ganesh festivali here.

Three maps recovered from Ali and his associates Mohammed Riyaz, who was nabbed by the ATS (Anti-terrorist Squad), Dore red marking over Bhabha Automic Research Centre (BARC), ATS office at Byculla, Siddhivinayak temple, Bandra and Western Railway. ''It seem they came to target these places,'' Mr Raghuvanshi said.

Mr Raghuvanshi further said Riyaz was staying at Dehra Dun in for the past eight to nine months as a Hindu after procuring documents from one Jitendra Singh. He used to work as a fitter with Tikson company.

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