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7/11 blasts case solved: Cops say Pak involved - September 30th, 2006

Mumbai: The train blasts in Mumbai on July 11 have been solved. The blasts were carried out by a group of Pakistanis and Indians who used RDX packed in pressure cookers.

Pakistanís ISI was the "mastermind" behind the attack and the blasts were carried out by the Lashkar-e-Toeba (LeT) militant group which was aided Students Islamic Movement of India, said Mumbai Police Commissioner A N Roy.

Fifteen people are under arrest for the blasts and of them 12 had a "direct role" in the blasts. Some of the people involved in the blasts were trained in Pakistan, probably in Bahawalpur.

Out of them, 11 are Pakistanis, who had arrived in India in batches.
The conspiracy was hatched in Mumbai and adjoining areas after taking training in Bahawalpur in Pakistan.

The main players behind the blasts are Faizal Sheikh, Kamaluddin Ansari, Ehtasham Siddiqui, General Secretary of SIMI, Maharashtra.
Two of the Pakistanis came through Nepal and reached Mumbai around May 25. The second group came via Bangladesh after spending some time in Kolkata while nother separate group of four people had come through the Gujarat border.

Roy said the groups were kept in separate places in Mumbai. Faizal Sheikh, a local, had arranged rented houses for them one in Malad and four in Bandra in Mumbai.

About 15 to 20 KG of RDX was used in the blasts which was brought from Pakistan by one Ehsanullah. Ammonium nitrate which was mixed with RDX was provided by local groups. The bombs were put together in the Chembur area by one Mohammad Ali around July 8 to 10.

Roy said the bombs were kept in Faizal's home in Bandra from where they were transported to the Railway Stations in taxis. The bombs were kept in eight pressure cookers of five litre capacity which were bought from two shops.

Each bomb contained two to 2.5 kg of RDX and 3.5 to four KG of ammonium nitrate. The pressure cookers were kept inside bags which were in turn camouflaged in things like newspapers and umbrellas, he said.

Roy said teams of two people each in a combination of a Pakistani and an Indian took the bombs in taxis and placed them in the trains.
All the bombs were fitted with quartz timers and the suspects left the trains before the bombs were set to go off. He said Saleem, a Pakistani from Lahore, had died in the blasts carried out in Khar and Bandra section.

Of the seven Indians suspected to be involved in the blasts, four have been arrested. They are Faizal Sheikh, Kamaluddin Ansari, Ehtashan Siddiqui and Naved. A hunt is on for three other Indians suspected to have been involved in the blasts.


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