Another ATS team is also in the city, police said.
The team will question members of Indian Mujahideen, who
are lodged in the central jail here, as they had been arrested
in connection with the serial blasts here in 2008.
Teams from ATS and National Investigation Agency have
fanned out to different places in the country after the
blasts that left 19 dead and injured over 130.
Besides Karnataka, different teams have left for Gujarat,
Delhi, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal.
Bangalore Police commissioner Jyotiprakash Mirji said a
team of Karnataka ATS had left for Mumbai to assist the
investigating officers, he said.
"These exchanges (of police teams) happen whenever there is
a need. We send our teams to different places and other police
forces send theirs to the city as part of investigation
process. Our cooperation with other police forces is total,"
"Police will be looking at all angles in this probe and we
will cooperate with other police teams. Exchange of visits
from police teams will keep happening," he said.
The city had been under the scanner earlier as members of
IM were suspected to have taken refuge here at different
Bangalore: An Anti-terrorism Squad (ATS) from
Maharashtra on Sunday visited several places in Bhatkal in Uttara
Kannada district and questioned some persons as part of the
investigation into the July 13 serial bomb blasts in Mumbai.
First Published: Sunday, July 17, 2011, 20:49