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VEDANTA MASS MEDIA10-year-old boy among bomb-makers!  

 

 

 

     

 

               10-year-old boy among bomb-makers!

 

                   


                   
By Sahil Makkar

 

 

 

      New Delhi, Sep 19 (IANS) Delhi Police may have neutralised one of the "masterminds" of the bombings in the capital last Saturday but what police are worried about are the whereabouts of eight more terrorists, including a 10-year-old boy, who are on the run and who apparently assembled the bombs detonated in New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Hyderabad.

 

      "A 10-year-old boy was among those 10 people who designed, planned and assembled bombs that went off on Sep 13 in Delhi, July 26 in Ahmedabad, May 13 in Jaipur and Aug 25, 2007 in Lumbani Park in Hyderabad," a top official of Delhi Police, involved in investigation of the explosions, told IANS.

 

      "The boy was with the terrorist group of the Indian Mujahideen led by Atiq that travelled to Ahmedabad three days before the blasts and assembled bombs there on the direction of Abdul Subhan Qureshi alias Taqueer," the official added, pleading anonymity.

 

      The official said there was not much information about the boy and his family. "We don't much know how this boy got involved with terrorists. First we don't have any substantial information on Indian Mujahideen and now involvement of this boy has raised alarms among other security agencies as well."

 

      "We also cannot say how many more children are part of the Indian Mujahideen," the officer added.

According to police officials, the group stayed at the house of one of the SIMI (the banned Student Islamic Movement of India) activists Imran, who was later arrested by the Gujarat police for the Ahmedabad serial blasts that killed at least 56 people and injured over 150.

 

      "Before the bombs went off in Ahmedabad the entire group boarded the Rajdhani (Express) train back to Delhi at 4.45 p.m. the same day. They all were seated in the second air-conditioned coach," said another top official, showing copies of the duplicate train tickets.

 

      "The group returned to Delhi but this time they were accompanied by two more people - one from Indore and the other from western Uttar Pradesh," the senior official told IANS.

 

      The two, said to be expert car thieves, had stolen Maruti Suzuki Wagon R cars in which the explosives were packed and kept in two hospitals in Ahmedabad.

 

 

 

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