One more suspect arrested in 2003 Mulund blast

Seven years after the Mulund bomb blast, one more person suspected to be involved in triggering the explosion was arrested here, Maharashtra Anti Terrorism Squad sources said today.

Mumbai: Seven years after the Mulund bomb
blast, one more person suspected to be involved in triggering
the explosion was arrested here, Maharashtra Anti Terrorism
Squad sources said today.

The accused identified as Wazahul Qamar Murtuza was
arrested yesterday and produced before a local court today
which remanded him in police custody till May 19, they said.

16 people were killed and a few others injured in the
blast which occurred in the compartment of a local train at
Mulund railway station on March 13, 2003.

Over eight persons including Saquib Nachan, suspected
to be an activist of the banned Students Islamic Movement of
India (SIMI), have been arrested in the case since the
incident.

PTI

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