GERMAN BAKERY BLAST
Mumbai: A Maharashtra antiterrorism squad team that interrogated suspected Indian Muajhideen operative Anwar Malik Hussain for a couple of days in connection with the 2010 Pune German Bakery bomb blast, said that Hussain had no role to play in the Pune blast.
“Our team interrogated Hussain, verified his statements and concluded that he had no role to play in the Pune bakery blast. He did not supply explosives,” said Amitesh Kumar, additional commissioner of police, ATS. Hussain was arrested in West Bengal a few days after the Bodh Gaya serial blasts in connection with a fake currency notes’ case.
The police claimed that he was carrying fake Indian currency amounting to Rs 1.19 crore. ATS sources said it is suspected that Hussain had supplied a few “packets” in October 2009 to IM chief Yaseen Bhatkal. But he did not know about the content of the packets.
The Times of India, August 7, 2013