Mumbai: Two teams of the Delhi police’s special cell are camping in Aurangabad, looking for two youths involved in the August 1 Pune bomb blasts case.
TOI had on October 16 reported about the detention of an Ahmednagar resident, Irfan Landge (30), by the Delhi police. Landge was formally shown arrested in the Pune blasts case on Wednesday. His father, Mustafa, was busy meeting the members of an NGO and a lawyer. Mustafa said his son was picked up from Thane on October 5.
“The teams are making inquiries about the suspects, whose names cropped up during interrogation of other accused,” said a police source from Mumbai. A specialized department of the state police is reportedly helping the special cell. “Once the interrogation and probe of these accused is completed in Delhi, the accused will be handed over to the Maharashtra police. Major arrests are likely to happen soon,” said a source.
The Times of India, October 18, 2012