Delhi Police arrests 6 members of Indian Mujahideen

Indian capital Delhi Police have arrested six people from Bihar, Chennai and Delhi, those are belonging with IM (Indian Mujahideen group), including a Pakistani national, for three terror attacks in 2010 — the German Bakery blast in Pune, shootout at Jama Masjid and the Chinnaswamy stadium blasts in Bangalore.

Identification of those terrorists is as Mohammad Adil from Pakistan, Mohammad Qateel Siddiqui, Mohammad Irshad Khan, Gauhar Aziz Khomani, Gayur Ahmad Jamali and Abdur Rahman. The last five hail from three different districts in Bihar – Madhubani, Darbhanga and Samastipur.

According to Police report 17 people were killed and 56 injured in Pune’s German bakery blast in 13 Feb.2010.

In Bangalore when a bomb blasted outside the Chinnaswamy stadium in 17 April last year, at least 8 people were injured in it.

And two foreign tourists were injured in shootout at a popular tourist site, the Jama Masjid mosque, in Delhi last 19 September.

But Delhi Police is acting in search of one another person Shahrukh alias Ahmad Siddi Bappa, the mastermind of Delhi serial blasts in the 2008.

They issued a statement that the six men, who were detained in Delhi, Bihar and Chennai, are “all members of the Indian Mujahideen terror modules”.

Rifles, cartridges, pistols and explosive material had been seized, it added.

In the list of foreign terrorist organizations, the United States has put the Indian Mujahideen and commiting that the group was responsible for dozens of bomb attacks throughout India in the last six years.

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