From Ajmer to Hyderabad, terror clues matched, but case fell

HYDERABAD: Rajasthan Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) had stumbled upon initial leads within the Mecca Masjid blast case whilst probing the Ajmer dargah blast, which took place on October 11, 2007. The crew recovered an unexploded bomb at Khwaja Moinuddin Chishti dargah in Ajmer, which confirmed that mobile phones and SIMs used within the Ajmer blast had been very similar to those used within the Mecca Masjid blast. The telephones even had similar IMEI numbers and SIM card numbers had been also in a sequence-.However, this evidence failed to nail the accused within the National Investigation Agency (NIA) court docket.

“An unexploded IED used to be found at the crime scene (Ajmer Dargah blast website), which upon examination used to be found to be very similar to the only used within the Mecca Masjid blast. Also, the cell phone and SIM card found from the website had been very similar to those used within the Mecca Masjid blast,” the primary chargesheet filed through the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) within the Mecca Masjid blast case mentioned.


The probe additional published that some mobile phones had been utilized in a suspicious means. “ATS found that the four mobile phones had been used with other SIMs in Sujalura district in Madhya Pradesh. ATS got permission from the competent authority to intercept the mentioned mobile phones. Three of these mobile phones had been seized in October 2009 from 3 other individuals (names withheld). The fourth cell phone could not be recovered as it used to be destroyed through the consumer,” the CBI chargesheet added.


One of the four individuals from whom the cell phone used to be seized disclosed to ATS and CBI the name of RSS activist Sandeep Dange, who used to be accused no. 1 within the Mecca Masjid blast case, as the one who allegedly gave the four telephones. Meanwhile, the investigating agencies found concerning the alleged position of different accused — Devendra Gupta, Ramji Kalsangra, Sunil Joshi, Lokesh Sharma — who allegedly belong to RSS. It used to be found that Sandeep Dange provided the seized mobile phones and 11SIM playing cards.


Devendra Gupta and Lokesh Sharma had been first arrested through Rajasthan ATS. On June 17, 2010, they had been due to this fact arrested through CBI, which used to be declared as the primary arrest in Mecca Masjid blast case.
From Ajmer to Hyderabad, terror clues matched, but case fell From Ajmer to Hyderabad, terror clues matched, but case fell Reviewed by kailash soni on April 17, 2018 Rating: 5
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