Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Delhi HC blast: HuJI email traced to Kishtwar; internet cafe raided, owner held

The e-mail sent by an unknown outfit Harkat-ul-Jihad claiming responsibility for the blast outside the Delhi High Court on Wednesday has been traced to Kishtwar district in Jammu and Kashmir, National Investigating Agency (NIA) sources told Headlines Today on Thursday.

The Jammu and Kashmir Police, after getting intelligence inputs from NIA and Delhi Police, raided a cyber cafe in Kishtwar, about 180 km from Jammu.

The police picked up the owner of the cyber cafe and seized all the systems. Sources said the owner of the cafe told police that a boy in the age group of 18 to 19 had gone there on Wednesday.

There was no record available at the cyber cafe about his name and address. He had come to the cyber cafe after about four days.

Police said they were waiting for college and schools to open to continue with their investigation, which depended on identifying the boy.

Hours after the blast, Harkut-ul-Jihad had sent e-mails to some news channels, including Headlines Today, claiming responsibility for the terror attack.

No comments:

Post a Comment