Three suspected Indian Mujahideen terrorists nabbed in Delhi

Thursday, October 11, 2012
Map of the 2012 Pune attack showing the
principal targets of blasts [Map: Wikipedia] 
New Delhi: The Delhi police on Thursday claimed to have arrest three persons belonging to terror outfit Indian Mujahideen who were allegedly involved in the planning the module of the four low-intensity bomb blasts that had taken place in Pune in August this year.

As per the statement of senior official in Delhi police, the trio, believed to be close to fugitive Indian Mujahideen chief Yasin Bhatkal, were apprehended by Delhi Police's elite anti-terror unit Special Cell.
Police have recovered some arms and ammunitions from the arrested persons.

Notably, one person was injured in the blast and no casualties were being reported in the serial explosions that were carried out on a busy street in Pune, on a day the Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde was scheduled to visit the city.
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