Kagzi in charge sheet in 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case
Aurangabad: Kagzi, named in the charge sheet for his alleged role in the 2006 Aurangabad arms haul case, had trained Baig in bomb-making for three weeks in March 2008, ATS said.
In January, Baig, along with Mohammed Ahmed and Mohsin, had held a conspiracy meeting at his Gold Internet cafe in Udgir in Latur district to select targets and German
Bakery was chosen as it was frequented by foreigners, it said.
Bilal was constantly in touch with Baig, who instructed the former to recce important locations to execute terror attacks, the ATS said.
Indian Mujahideen was allegedly involved in a series of bomb blasts, since 2008, at Uttar Pradesh, Jaipur, Delhi, Bangalore and Ahmedabad. Its members had been named in charge sheets in respective places.
Mumbai Crime Branch had invoked MCOCA against 21 IM members, arrested in 2008, for allegedly sending emails to various media organisations minutes before the blasts.
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