The Delhi police will share information with the investigators in Mumbai said Media reports.
A lot has been said after the triple Mumbai terror blasts. While Chief Minister, Prithviraj Chavan said that the CCTVs provided no vital leads into the Zaveri Bazar blast, Maharashtra ATS Rakesh Maria was reluctant to reveal further on how the probe was going on.
"It is not possible for the intelligence and the security people to keep a tab on everything, everywhere," said a Intelligence Bureau expert earlier adding that terrorist were outdoing the intelligence agencies.
The NIA teams also raided the house of a SIMI activist, Manzar Imam Khan in Ranchi.
Manzar who has been absconding since has been on the wanted list after his name appeared in the 2007 Hyderabad blasts.
Though the Indian Mujahideen continues to be a prime suspect in the blasts, the possibility that SIMI could also be a part of the terror act has not been denied.
According to sources there is a possibility that these two groups could have joined hands together, though investigations reveal that there there has been no interaction between the members of the terror outfit in planning or executing the blast.
The government which is under tremendous pressure after the triple blasts shook Mumbai on Jul 13 has promised action and vowed to get the attackers soon.