Suspected HuJI email sender detained
Jammu: Police Friday detained a teenage boy who purportedly sent the HuJI email claiming responsibility for Wednesday`s blast outside the Delhi High Court from a cyber cafe in Kishtwar, police said.
The BA first year student was picked up after a
three-hour search at a college in Kishtwar and whisked away to
Global Cyber Cafe for interrogation by a joint team of police,
NIA and cyber experts led by Deputy Inspector General
(Kishtwar-Doda-Ramban range) Muneesh Sinha.
Police had prepared a sketch of the suspected email
sender on the basis of information provided by five detained
persons, including cyber cafe owner Masood Aziz.
Investigators had traced the HuJI email claiming
responsibility for the blast to the Global Cyber Cafe in
Kishtwar. The cafe has been sealed and policemen in plain
clothes have been deputed outside the shop.
A team of NIA and experts from Hyderabad are in
Kishtwar to probe the email link with the Delhi blast that
killed 13 people.
HuJI had on Wednesday claimed responsibility for the
"We own responsibility of the blast at the High Court,
Delhi. Our demand is that Afzal Guru`s death sentence should
be repealed immediately as we would target major High Courts
and the Supreme Court of India," the HuJI email had said.
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