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Bhatkal told co-passenger about the bomb enroute to German bakery

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Bhatkal: Had apple pie and cold coffee
New Delhi, Sept 25: In a startling revelation to the interrogators, Indian Mujahideen (IM) co-founder Yasin Bhatkal said that on the way to the German Bakery in February 2010, he shared an auto with a fellow passenger and told him that there was actually a bomb in the bag.

As he was on his way to plant a bomb in the bakery, his fellow passenger asked what was in the bag, to which he replied saying that it was a bomb, only to be laughed at by him.

He later on got off the auto about 200 metres away from the German Bakery and walked the remaining distance. He then said that he ordered for apple pie and cold coffee and recalls that police officials had asked the bakery to be shut due to a protest by the Shiv Sainiks against the Bollywood movie My Name Is Khan.

Co-passenger laughed when Bhatkal told him about the blast

He then left the bag under the bench in the bakery and left for the bus stand from where he took a bus to Nashik, followed by a train to Delhi.

He also said that he had chosen the bakery because it was sure to grab international headlines.

These and other minute details about how he went on with the attack are in the interrogation report.

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